Caroline is a British lawyer who focuses on UK employment and digital reputation/revenge porn cases in her work at McAllister Olivarius.
She qualified in the Employment, Pensions and Benefits department at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer before going on to practise at the trade union law firm Rowley Ashworth, advising members on various claims relating to workplace safety and discrimination.
Caroline spent a considerable period of time in New York, advising on gender discrimination in the field of international labour rights, first at the International Labour Organization and then at the non-governmental organization, Social Accountability International.
In conjunction with UN Women in Egypt, Caroline created the Gender Equity Seal (GES), a certification labelling system to be used by factories for monitoring the level of discrimination in the workplace.
She also produced auditing guidance on gender discrimination for Indian auditors in the garment industry, a project funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID).
Caroline won a Casberd Scholarship to St John’s College, Oxford, where she gained a bachelor's degree in Human Sciences and completed an LLM in Labour Law from the University of London.