Her recent experience as a tenant includes advising a corporate trustee shareholder in a high value unfair prejudice petition, advising a claimant investor in relation to a potential claim against their financial advisor in respect of the Eclipse film finance schemes, and providing pro bono advice on a claim in respect of pensions payments to prisoners, under Article 14 ECHR and A1P1 ECHR.
Camilla’s recent court experience as a sole advocate includes successfully striking out a claim for breach of contract brought against Microsoft Limited and successfully striking out a claim for defamation and fraud against solicitors for the Registrar.
Camilla read English Literature at Cambridge, graduating with First Class Honours and winning several University and College prizes. Prior to coming to the bar, she worked in Slaughter and May’s London and Brussels offices, and in the EU and arbitration departments of the Spanish firm Uría Menéndez in Madrid. She has undertaken pro-bono work alongside her commercial work, representing asylum seekers in Thessaloniki and before the French immigration authority OFPRA in Paris. Camilla speaks Spanish, French and some Portuguese.
Camilla has experience in international arbitration having worked at both Slaughter and May and the arbitration department of Uría Menéndez in Madrid before coming to the bar. She is familiar with many of the institutional rules, including ICC, ICSID and LCIA and has been involved in high-profile, high-value disputes, involving English law, foreign law and international law. She speaks Spanish and French and is comfortable reviewing and working with documents in both languages.
Camilla’s experience at Slaughter and May included:
Camilla is frequently instructed in professional liability matters concerning claims involving a range of professionals, including solicitors, accountants, and financial advisers (including tax advisers).
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