Carleen is fast developing a commercial, company and insolvency law practice.
Upon obtaining tenancy Carleen undertook a three-month secondment in the corporate/M&A department at Slaughter and May, where she was involved in a variety of significant corporate and private client transactions.
She completed a further three-month secondment at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, where she worked on one of the highest value insurance claims ever brought in the English courts, gaining extensive experience in the global insurance and reinsurance industries.
Carleen joins Chambers after a decade in investment banking and asset management, including as equities portfolio manager at Amundi in Paris.
Carleen obtained a Triple First Class in her undergraduate degree at the University of Cambridge, ranking second in her year and winning numerous college and university prizes. She is multilingual.
Carleen was awarded the highest scholarships for both the GDL and Bar course years by Gray’s Inn.