Caroline Nicholas led the work of UNCITRAL – the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law – in reforming its Model Law on Public Procurement (issued in 2011). Caroline also provides legislative and policy advice to national governments in all regions and works with many international bodies, such as the World Bank, EBRD, the WTO, OSCE and OECD on public procurement policy and practice.
She also teaches public procurement law and policy at the post-graduate level in several UK and European universities. She is a member of the Editorial Board of the Public Procurement Law Review and has also published widely on public procurement law and policy.
Caroline previously advised on international war damage claims at the UN Compensation Commission, was an UN internal investigator, and has practised commercial law in the City of London and Hong Kong.
She is also a Solicitor of the Supreme Courts of England and Wales and of Hong Kong, an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and holds various governance posts.