Caroline Almond is an associate in our Environmental, Safety & Health Practice Group. She specialises in environmental and infrastructure matters, including environmental due diligence on property and corporate transactions and advising on stand-alone environmental matters ranging from chemicals queries to contamination liability, packaging waste, asbestos and water law.
Caroline has experience in a wide range of infrastructure matters including flooding and water law issues, rights of way and drainage projects and has advised on major residential and commercial development projects for private and public bodies across the UK.
Prior to joining Squire Patton Boggs in 2010, Caroline trained at and was a member of the environmental team at a global law firm, where she worked on environmental and infrastructure matters.
Caroline is a member of the United Kingdom Environmental Law Association.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Caroline Almond