Caroline was called to the Bar in 2014. She now assists Ross Dixon at Hickman & Rose in the corporate crime department. Caroline is also a Free Representation Unit volunteer representing the public in social security tribunals on appeal.
Caroline gained an LLB from the University of Exeter in 2013 where she was closely involved in the Bracton Law society pro-bono team, assisting prisoners in the best ways to find education or employment and successfully rehabilitate into society upon release. Caroline’s other paralegal experience has been as a litigation and dispute resolution paralegal within Dentons and Freshfields.
Prior to joining Hickman & Rose, Caroline was an Amicus intern, working as a mitigation investigator in Jackson, Mississippi, with the Office of the State Public Defender on four pre-trial capital murder cases, obtaining mitigation evidence from potential witnesses.