Charlotte is an Associate in the Business Crime department, with experience in advising individual and corporate clients on a wide range of criminal and regulatory matters.
Charlotte is currently working on a variety of cases including corporate manslaughter offences and INTERPOL red notices.
Prior to joining the firm in 2019, Charlotte trained and qualified at an international law firm, where she worked on a wide range of criminal and regulatory matters. This included working with clients in the financial services industry in relation to regulatory enquiries and investigations brought by the Financial Conduct Authority, National Crime Agency and HMRC, in addition to advising on fraud, bribery and export control offences.
During this time, Charlotte was seconded to Serco Group plc and was responsible for overseeing their global Anti-Bribery and Corruption programme, as well as delivering training and advising the business on matters relating to bribery and corruption, modern slavery and GDPR compliance. Charlotte also has experience in advising on non-contentious risk and compliance matters for regulated financial services clients.
Charlotte read Law at Queen Mary, University of London and completed her MA (LPC with Business) at BPP Law School in 2016. She is currently a member of the Female Fraud Forum and Young Fraud Lawyers Association and is an online mentor for the Princes Trust. She also speaks basic Spanish.