is a partner and member of the corporate sustainability and risk management practice group. She heads up the firm’s practice in international trade law covering national security, export control and sanctions laws, customs law, trade defence measures, WTO law and free trade agreements. The trade practice also covers national security aspects such as foreign direct investment rules and other security-related legislation. Carolina worked for ten years in Brussels in private practice, advising on trade law matters, and since 2012 has focused on the Swedish market. She is a frequent speaker at trade law events and seminars, and regularly publishes articles on trade law topics.
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