Caroline Croft is an associate in the International Dispute Resolution Practice based in Paris. She is dual-qualified as Paris Bar Avocat à la Cour and a solicitor in England and Wales. Prior to joining the firm, Caroline worked in private practice at top global law firms, in-house at a major transnational company and directly for a highly regarded arbitrator.
Caroline specialises in handling complex multijurisdictional disputes and representing parties in commercial and investment arbitration, as well as recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments and arbitral awards. She has experience of international commercial and investment arbitrations under the ICC, LCIA, ICSID, UNCITRAL, SCC and HKIAC rules. Her public international law experience includes advising companies and individuals on the protection of their investments under international investment treaties and contracts and boundary disputes.
Caroline is a teaching associate in international arbitration at the School of International Arbitration at Queen Mary University of London. She co-authored the 2020 Queen Mary Arbitration Survey on the Reform of Investor-State Dispute Settlement.
Prior to joining the firm, Caroline’s experience included: