Charlotte is a costs lawyer who joined Thompsons in 2006, having first specialised in legal costs in 2003. She has been a qualified member of the Association of Costs Lawyers since 2010 and became an associate of Thompsons in 2021.
In addition to managing the day-to-day running of the Costs Team, she manages the Court of Protection costs team.
Charlotte has conducted costs proceedings in both the Supreme Court (notable cases being Cox v Ministry of Justice 2016, Trigger Asbestos Litigation 2012 and Williams v BA 2010) and the Court of Appeal (notable case being the Marlie Farm Litigation). At any one time Charlotte has a caseload of High Court costs matters, including serious and catastrophic injury, clinical negligence and asbestos cases.
Charlotte regularly advises and delivers training on costs regulatory matters and best practice.