Carolina graduated from University with an Arts/Laws degree and then went on to complete a Masters in International Relations (International Human Rights Law). The latter culminated in an internship at the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva, Switzerland.

Following the internship, she came back to Australia and worked as the Associate to His Honour Judge Williams in the District Court of NSW. Carolina then went onto work as a Defence Lawyer at Legal Aid in criminal law for the next decade.

Carolina worked in traditional chambers for approximately 2 years and then made the call to open up Soto Chambers in March 2020. As a working mother, Carolina is passionate about establishing a family friendly way of working at the Bar, which formed the basis of her passion behind Soto Chambers.

Carolina works predominantly in criminal law with specialisation in mental health law and apprehended domestic violence orders. Carolina represents both adults and children in Courts and Tribunals.

Carolina was recently nominated as a finalist of Barrister of the Year for the Women in Law Awards 2020.