Caroline is a Senior Associate in the Environment team and work for clients across a number of sectors, including renewables, energy, commercial, retail, residential and industrial developments. She is a core member of the Decarbonisation team and co-leads the Tackling the Carbon Challenge stream which focuses on decarbonisation regulation and policy.

Caroline's principle area of expertise includes all environmental aspects of complex corporate and real estate transactions, waste and bioenergy projects, infrastructure projects, climate change and sustainability regulation and waste producer responsibility law. She works with clients including property developers, energy companies, contractors and service providers and has experience on large-scale construction projects and projects within the renewables sector. She also completed a six-month secondment to the in-house legal team of EDF Energy.

Her typical work includes environmental due diligence and providing other specialist environmental input in relation to corporate and real estate transactions, for example advising on feedstock and offtake arrangements for large scale energy from waste projects, as well as providing regulatory environmental advice to clients across the business. She also works closely with the Planning team on areas such as biodiversity net gain.

As part of the Decarbonisation team she works with clients to help them tackle the carbon challenge, for example by discussing their approach to ESG or by considering the impact of net zero targets on their business.

She joined Osborne Clarke as a trainee in 2012 and qualified as an Associate in 2014.