Charlotte is a health and public law advice lawyer dealing with a range of public law and information governance issues, including issues arising in respect of obligations imposed by the Equality Act 2010. She was part of the team that successfully defended all the Essex PCTs from a judicial challenge which alleged they had failed to comply with their public sector equality duty.
Charlotte regularly advises clients on the various statutory obligations NHS organisations must comply with and deals with the public law challenges which arise from non-compliance.
Charlotte qualified as a lawyer in New Zealand. Prior to joining Capsticks, Charlotte worked for the in-house legal services team in a District Health Board in Wellington New Zealand where she advised on a range of issues including privacy and data protection, contract law, governance and other public law issues.
LLB (Hons), University of Otago (NZ), 2007
BA (Hons), Politics, University of Otago (NZ), 2007