Caroline advises on a broad range of matters relating to equine law, including horse co-ownership issues relating to expensive competition horses and sale and purchase disputes. She has been described as “one of the best equine lawyers” in The Legal 500. To find out more about Caroline’s equine background click here.
Caroline also handles a large number of property disputes, including adverse possession, rights of way, and boundary disputes. She worked on a landmark case in the High Court involving the interpretation of an agricultural right of way. She has also been recognised in The Legal 500 for her “expertise in property litigation”.
Caroline advises on complex high-value professional negligence claims against solicitors, accountants and other professionals. Her negligence work also includes claims against the veterinary profession.
Caroline is regularly instructed in commercial litigation matters including contractual disputes and disputes arising in the context of the financial services sector. She has in recent years been instructed on several high profile matters relating to peer to peer lending. Her commercial work also encompasses partnership disputes.
Caroline completed her legal training with Actons and qualified as a solicitor in 2007. She became a Director at Actons in August 2017 and heads up our Litigation Team.