Caroline is an associate solicitor in the property and housing litigation team.
Caroline has experience in a range of housing and property matters, including possession, injunction and disrepair claims. She has also issued claims on behalf of clients for breaches of the Equality Act, including racial and disability discrimination. She is also advising and representing some of those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.
Caroline has a special interest in homelessness law, particularly homeless appeals in the County Court.
She is ranked in the Legal 500 (2019) as a Next Generation Lawyer and is noted for her "record of success in homelessness appeals".
Caroline has volunteered at the Citizens Advice Bureau since 2014.
Caroline qualified in 2011 and joined Russell Cooke in 2016.
- Wandsworth v NJ case no: B5/2012/3414 - Caroline acted for the homeless applicant who had fled serious domestic violence in another part of the UK and moved into a women's refuge in London. The Court of Appeal upheld the County Court decision that the local authority had erred by not issuing a further ‘minded to find’ decision to allow the applicant an opportunity to respond to their findings in relation to the risk of harm she faced in London.
- Described in The Legal 500 (2017) as "a truly brilliant young lawyer with particular expertise in homelessness law and possession claims"
- Recommended in The Legal 500 (2015)
- Member of the Housing Law Practitioners Association
- Co Chair of the HLPA Annual Conference organising committee
- Read History at Kings College, London
- GDL and LPC at College of Law London