Caroline is an experienced trial and appellate lawyer. Her practice focuses on criminal, extradition, and regulatory law. She has been counsel on several notable cases, including Nevsun v. Araya, the principal authority on the application of international law in Canada, and United States v. Meng. She has presented oral argument at all levels of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada.
Prior to joining Peck and Company, Caroline worked at a leading litigation firm in Vancouver, where her practice focused on complex corporate and regulatory matters. She developed her interest in criminal law while clerking at the Supreme Court of British Columbia. She received her joint Juris Doctor and Master of Global Affairs from the University of Toronto in 2015.
On top of her busy practice, Caroline volunteers her time with the UBC Faculty of Law Trial Advocacy Course, as a supervisor for UVic law students working with Pro Bono Students Canada, as a board member for the Vancouver Bar Association, and as a Member at Large for The Advocates’ Society’s Appellate Advocacy Practice Group.