Charlotte is an award winning commercial/chancery barrister who specialises in financial services disputes. She has experience of the full gamut of practice having worked in the public sector as an employed barrister at the Bank of England, in the private sector in multinational law firm, and now in a leading set of chambers, 3 Hare Court. Charlotte has a particular interest in the intersection between the provision of financial services and products by the private sector and the public sector. Her practice encompasses the full gamut of traditional commercial/chancery disputes including insolvency, contractual disputes, minority shareholder actions and professional negligence matters. Charlotte is exceptionally proud of her Vincentian heritage which is part of the reason why she enjoys and feels privileged to undertake Privy Council work originating from the Caribbean. She dedicates a substantial amount of time to mentoring, teaching advocacy and ethics on a voluntary basis and pro bono work e.g., she is currently working on a crypto fraud case on a pro bono basis. Charlotte sits on the Court (effectively the board) of the University of Aberdeen, is a member of the English Financial Services Lawyers Association Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee and is a self-employed member of the Bar Council of England and Wales’s Employed Barristers Committee.