Caroline Botman holds a Master’s Degree in Law from the ULB School of Law (2012). She also spent a semester as a student at the University of Montreal, where she attended some courses in the program of North American Common Law.
She has been a member of the Brussels Bar since 2012. In October 2016 she joined Tetra Law’s corporate law department where she practices corporate law and M&A.
She is also a teaching assistant at the Private Law Centre of the ULB. In that capacity, she is preparing a Doctoral Thesis on contract law and consumer law and provides practical exercises in heritage law and corporate personality law as well as in contract law and special contracts.
She was awarded the Pierre de Harven Prize from the ULB in 2012 and won the comparative law contest organized in 2012 by the Association Québécoise de droit comparé for her thesis entitled "De la réparation du dommage dans l’hypothèse de l’introduction en droit belge d’une action collective de type opt-out : importation du modèle québécois ? ".