Caroline has also acted on behalf of numerous pro bono clients in contract and intellectual property disputes, defamation proceedings and applications for judicial review.
Caroline graduated from The University of Melbourne with a combined degree in law (with honours) and commerce, majoring in banking and finance. She joined Arnold Bloch Leibler as an articled clerk in 2003, was appointed as a senior associate in 2008 and then as a partner in 2011.
Caroline offers skill and experience in the following areas:
- commercial litigation, principally in the Supreme, Federal and appellate Courts, as well as alternative dispute resolution and private arbitrations;
- contract and trust disputes, including wrongful dismissal, restraints of trade and breach of trust;
- corporate governance, including board and shareholder disputes, directors’ duties, shareholders’ oppression claims, continuous disclosure obligations, just and equitable winding up applications and ASIC investigations; and
- intellectual property and consumer protection, including passing off, misleading and deceptive conduct, trademark infringement and breach of confidence.
Directorships & memberships
Caroline is currently a member of the board of the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre Trust.