Advocate Caroline Dutot has joined Davies & Ingram, a new firm with specialities in family, personal injury, employment and regulatory law.
Advocate Dutot is a specialist in regulatory law and has previously worked for both the Law Officer’s department and the Jersey Financial Services Commission.
Her responsibilities at the JFSC included investigating regulatory conduct and policy drafting. Advocate Dutot previously sat on Jersey’s Anti-Money Laundering/Countering the Financing of Terrorism Strategy Group, as part of which she played a key role in the preparation for the 2008 IMF Assessment of Jersey.
As a Legal Adviser to the Attorney General, her specialist areas included statutory administrative appeals, public law children’s cases and advising ministers and States departments across all aspects of administrative law.
Advocate Dutot has been appointed as a Senior Associate at Davies & Ingram, the New Street-based law firm founded in December 2012 by Advocates Claire Davies and Lee Ingram.
Advocate Dutot was born in Jersey and educated at Le Rocquier School and Hautlieu Schools. She subsequently completed her law degree at the University of Nottingham and undertook the Bar Vocational Course. Advocate Dutot went on to qualify as an Advocate locally in 2009.
Partner Advocate Ingram said: ‘We are very pleased to announce a new member to the team at Davies & Ingram. Caroline’s undoubted expertise in the regulatory field adds another practice area available to our local client base. It provides further evidence that the firm is fully committed to assisting residents of the Island, whether they are individuals or institutions, in meeting their legal needs and requirements.’