Caroline joined Leigh Day as paralegal in the international department in July 2021. She is currently working on the emissions claim cases.
She works in Benjamin Croft’s team and is supervised by Benjamin Croft. Her area of focus currently is corporate accountability.
Before joining Leigh Day, Caroline was a caseworker at Advocate (the Bar’s National Charity) and a Legal Researcher at the Law Society. She also volunteered with the Citizen’s Advice Bureau as a Witness Service Volunteer and interned at a private firm based in London throughout her undergraduate and master’s degrees.
Caroline graduated from the University of Law with a Distinction in a Master’s of Law in July 2021.
She completed her International BA in Communications and Media, specialising in Media Law and Freedom of Expression in July 2019 at the University of Leeds which, included a year of study at the University of Hong Kong.