Carolina obtained her Bachelor’s degree of Doctor in Law and Social Sciences by Faculty of Law, from the Uruguay State University, in November 2018. This bachelor’s degree trains professionals with a comprehensive understanding in Legal Sciences and promotes the development of an analytical capacity to resolve legal issues with a humanitarian approach. It is a six-year degree that equipped her with a high-level capability to participate in all aspects of the legal process.
Her previous experience as a Paralegal was for a Uruguayan law firm, located in Montevideo. There, she worked within the litigation team, assisting solicitors in managing the practical aspects of their casework. Her main tasks were drafting documents, gathering and collecting evidence and preparing court files and documents. The main areas she was involved in were commercial and intellectual property.
She also volunteered as a legal advisor at the State University's non-profit legal clinic. This is a nationally recognised support service that provides legal advice and representation to citizens with a low, or no income. The main areas that she was involved in were family disputes, employment law and access to health.
Her immediate goal now is to qualify as a solicitor in the UK by sitting the SQE examinations.