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Allen & Overy
Level 25
85 Castlereagh Street
NSW 2000

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  Caroline Marshall

Senior Associate


Caroline specialises in dispute resolution and cross-border investigations, focused on anti-bribery and corruption, sanctions compliance, and financial and tax fraud. Her experience includes representing corporations, financial institutions and individuals in domestic and cross-border criminal and regulatory investigations, including those brought by the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control, the U.K. Serious Fraud Office and other regulators.

Caroline has also conducted numerous internal investigations and compliance inquiries for multinational corporations, and has counselled clients on anti-corruption and corporate governance compliance, due diligence and related training.

Prior to joining A&O, Caroline practised as an associate at another leading international law firm in London.

Professional qualifications

Admitted as a solicitor (England and Wales), 2013

Registered as a foreign lawyer (Australia), 2017 

Academic qualifications

LL.B (First Class Honours), London School of Economics, 2008

LL.M (Honours), Cambridge University, 2009

Published work

Gray, J., Marshall, C., et al., (2017) “‘Creating a risk’ of bribery can violate the FCPA: low threshold for SEC enforcement actions”, Allen & Overy (co-author)

Gray, J., Marshall, C., et al., (2017) “Government proposes shake-up of Australia’s foreign bribery laws”, Allen & Overy (co-author)

DiBianco, G., Cowie, M., Marshall, C. (2014) “Best Practices in Multi-Jurisdictional Corporate Investigations”, Who’s Who Legal Feature, London: Law Business Research Ltd. (co-author)

DiBianco, G., Cowie, M., Marshall, C. (2014) “Bribery Act 2010: Still a Sleeping Giant”, PLC Magazine, London: Thomson Reuters (co-author)

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