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Carolina joined 42BR in November 2023, having completed pupillage at a specialist family set. She is developing a broad practice across all of chambers’ main areas of expertise. 

Carolina read Modern Languages at the University of Oxford and completed her law conversion at City, University of London. After graduating, Carolina worked as a paralegal both in group litigation, specialising in medical product liability relating to women’s contraceptive devices, and in Court of Protection law, as a legal assistant to a partner in a Legal 500 firm. In the latter role, her caseload mostly focused on representing P through their Official Solicitor. Her experience has nurtured a keen interest in mental capacity law. 

Carolina is fully bilingual in English and Italian, and professionally fluent in German. 

Family Law

Carolina accepts instructions across the full spectrum of family law, including public and private children, financial remedies and protective orders under the Family Law Act. 

She has particular experience in private children law, having appeared for clients at all stages of the Child Arrangements Programme, including fact-finding hearings. She has been instructed in cases involving domestic abuse, and parental alienation. 

Carolina also has experience acting for local authorities, parents and Children’s Guardians at all stages of care proceedings. 

Recent Cases

Re B (2024): secured 7 findings of domestic abuse at a 3-day fact-finding hearing 

Areas of Expertise


  • University of Oxford, St Hilda’s College (MA, Modern Languages and Literature)
  • City Law School (GDL)
  • BPP Law School (BTC)

Scholarships & Awards

  • Advocacy Scholarship, BPP Law School
  • Astbury Scholarship (BTC), Middle Temple
  • Astbury Scholarship (GDL), Middle Temple
  • Sponsorship, Mazzini-Garibaldi Foundation
  • Liz Daplyn Prize, St Hilda’s College, Oxford 

Memberships & Committees

  • Court of Protection Bar Association
  • The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple
  • Bridging the Bar 
  • Human Rights Lawyers Association (HRLA)


In her free time, Carolina enjoys literary fiction, open water swimming, and art exhibitions. She is passionate about autism awareness and sits on the reader panel of the charity Sibs.

Awards & Recognition

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