Caroline puts her knowledge of US class action and mass tort procedure to use with the continuously developing and complex landscape of European collective redress. She helps manage the European offices, pushing current cases, strategies, and developing new and innovative case ideas while working with the global Milberg team. As part of her work in Europe she assisted with the start-up and staffing of both the Amsterdam and Munich offices. She also works daily with these offices, along with those in London, Peterborough, and Lisbon to push common initiatives and goals.
Prior to moving to Europe, Caroline focused on class actions, mass torts, personal injury, and general civil litigation. She takes pride in representing individuals when they are harmed, either physically or financially, through no fault of their own. She enthusiastically brings her love for her clients into her work in Europe, striving each day to bring access to justice to those across the globe.
Caroline received her bachelor’s degree from Western Kentucky University, where she graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in Corporate and Organizational Communication with a minor in Marketing. She then graduated magna cum laude from the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law, where she completed her law degree in just two and a half years. Following law school, she joined Whitfield Bryson & Mason LLP where she worked on numerous high value personal injury cases. She has second chaired various trials throughout her career. She has also been appointed class counsel in numerous cases across the United States.
Caroline is a member of the American Association for Justice (AAJ) where she is a past Chair of the Railroad Section and currently serves on the AAJ Board of Governors as the Revitalization Member for Tennessee. She is also an active member of the Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association where she currently holds the position of Treasurer on the Executive Committee.