At Edmonds Marshall McMahon, Caroline focuses on the following areas:
- Asset Tracing
- Complex Banking & Financial Record Analysis
- International Criminal Law & Procedure
Caroline particularly works on high value, complex, international fraud and complex counterfeit prosecutions.
In 2014, Caroline worked at the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Caroline worked directly for the judges hearing the trial of General Ratko Mladic for international crimes, including genocide and war crimes (Prosecutor v Ratko Mladic)).
Before joining Edmonds Marshall McMahon, Caroline worked in public law litigation on judicial reviews in the Administrative Tribunal and public law litigations in the County Courts.
Caroline holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from Bond University, Australia, which she attended on a Faculty of Law Dean’s Scholarship. In 2015, Caroline graduated from London School of Economics and Political Science with a Master of Public International Law. Caroline completed her Graduate Practice Diploma in Legal Practice at Bond University and was admitted to the Supreme Court of Queensland in 2016.
Caroline is a fluent Swedish speaker and an intermediate French speaker.