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 London 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.
Away from work, Charlotte enjoys watching her son play cricket and can herself be found at her local cricket net, trail running and walking with friends.