Monty Lord is a 17-year-old, multi award-winning change maker, social entrepreneur and researcher dedicated to challenging injustices through the use of law.
As a best selling author and a world memory champion, Monty is also the youngest in the UK with the most world records, holding 5 Guinness World Records for world memory challenges.
He engaged thousands of children in the UK with his ground-breaking research and was recognised with the Prime Minister’s Points of Lights Award, the Diana Award & the British Citizen Youth Award for services to the community & charity.
The national media has reported upon many of Monty’s projects over the last few years, with widespread coverage on BBC & ITV News, radio and both broadsheet & tabloid newspapers. He was named in The Independent newspaper (The Happy List 20/21) as in the top 50 inspirational people driving positive change in Britain.
Between 2021 and 2022, Monty Lord took high-profile legal action against a large national youth organisation on behalf of multiple child victims who all alleged bullying and abuse with elements of homophobic behaviour.
Monty launched a national initiative under the brand Young Legal Eagles® to promote the rights, views and interests of children and young people (CYP), with the knowledge that everyone should know and understand their legal rights and obligations and know how to gain redress through the legal system.