Caroline’s academic journey includes a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) from Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, complemented by a double minor in International Politics and Classics, showcasing her multidisciplinary approach to legal studies. Caroline took part in the Law Junior Year Abroad Program at the University of Leeds in 2018 and participated in prestigious international law moot court competitions. Caroline further honed her expertise by studying to obtain a specialisation in Human Rights Law, while simultaneously immersing herself in the realms of International Law and Comparative Law.
Additionally, Caroline has actively engaged in remarkable research projects that shed light on complex issues, including international human rights standards on enforced disappearance within the scope of Memory, Truth, and Justice for the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights' Academic Network. Caroline's commitment to human rights advocacy extends beyond borders, having interned at the Human Rights Measurement Initiative and the International Bar Association's Human Rights Institute in London, where she was involved in promoting, protecting, and enforcing human rights under a just rule of law.