Caroline is an associate in the Ropes & Gray health care group. Caroline advises hospitals, academic medical centers, pharmaceutical companies, health care investors, and other health care organizations on a range of transactional, regulatory, enforcement, and compliance matters. During law school, Caroline interned for a federal judge on the district court in D.C. and was a legal writing fellow and a staff editor for the Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law. Caroline also successfully represented a family seeking asylum in the United States during her membership in the Center for Applied Legal Studies clinic at Georgetown. Before law school, Caroline worked in the legal department of a large technology company in North Carolina.
- Assisted private equity clients and other strategic investors regarding investments in health care companies.
- Advised health care providers on privacy and data protection obligations.
- Advised hospitals and academic medical centers regarding affiliations and mergers with other health care and academic organizations.
- Advised health care providers in preparing and submitting self-disclosures of overpayments to the Office of Inspector General for the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and state Medicaid programs.
- Advised a pharmaceutical company in conducting internal investigations of employee conduct.
- Advised clients on change of ownership and license transfer requirements applicable to senior living facilities.
- Assisted a pharmaceutical company with preparation of template service agreements.
- Co-author, “The Challenges Facing Trump's Drug Pricing Order,” Law360 (September 25, 2020)
- JD, cum laude, Georgetown University Law Center, 2018
- BA (Public Policy Studies), Duke University, 2014
Admissions / Qualifications
- Massachusetts, 2018