Caroline has extensive experience acting for states and multinational corporations in investment treaty and commercial arbitrations conducted under all of the major procedural rules. She has advised clients in proceedings under a variety of laws and sectors ranging from construction and infrastructure to energy and private equity. Her experience includes providing advice on the merits and chances of success of claims submitted in arbitration.
Caroline is dual-qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales and a Paris Bar Avocat, having trained with Allen & Overy in Paris and Herbert Smith Freehills in London and Paris. She holds Master’s degrees from the Graduate Institute in Geneva and Sorbonne University as well as an LLM with distinction from Queen Mary University of London, where she now teaches at the postgraduate level. Prior to joining Enyo Law, Caroline worked for a renowned arbitrator and barrister, gaining invaluable insight into decision-making, as well as working in the international dispute resolution team of a leading American law firm.