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Practice Areas

Commercial Litigation

Corporate Litigation

International Arbitration

Investor-State Arbitration

Energy/Natural Resources

M&A

Career

Caroline is civil and common law trained and acts for arbitration in Spanish, French and English. In addition to her practice at Freshfields, Caroline is an Adjunct Professor at American University’s Washington College of Law where she teaches investment treaty arbitration. Prior to joining Freshfields, Caroline was a law clerk at the Supreme Court of Canada for Justice Marie Deschamps. She holds law degrees from Harvard Law School (LLM), Cambridge University (LLM International Law, first class) and the Université de Montreal (civil and common law degrees).

Publications

Co-author of "A Guide to the ICSID Additional Facility Arbitration Rules" upcoming release date August 15, 2021 under Oxford University Press

Leading Practitioners’ Guide to International Oil & Gas Arbitration, Juris 2015

"Regulatory Change in Oil and Gas Arbitration: The Latin American Experience"

The Backlash Against Investment Arbitration, Kluwer Law International 2010

"Amicus Curiae: A Panacea for Legitimacy in Investment Arbitration?"

International Comparative Legal Guide to International Arbitration, Global Legal Group 2009

"International Arbitration in Latin America: Overview and Recent Developments"

International Comparative Legal Guide to International Arbitration, Global Legal Group 2008

"International Arbitration in Latin America: Overview and Recent Developments"