Camilla joined Edmonds Marshall McMahon in May 2020, after completing her training contract at Slaughter and May. Prior to joining, Camilla read History at University College London and the University of Pennsylvania, graduating with First-Class Honours.
During her time at Slaughter and May, Camilla gained experience in civil litigation and white collar crime, fuelling her desire to move into criminal prosecution. Camilla has a particular interest in legal research relating to bribery and corruption offences, as well as their enforcement.
At Edmonds Marshall McMahon Camilla undertakes work in the following areas:
- Organised Crime and Corruption
- Offences by and against Corporates
- Fraud and Asset Tracing
- Legal Research
- Criminal and Civil Litigation
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