Camilla joined the firm's group for Industry in 2015 and works with all aspects of EU law, with a specific focus on competition- and state aid law. She advises clients in relation to complex competition law matters relating to contracting, agreements, joint bidding and other forms of cooperation, in addition to advising clients in relation to market conduct and abuse of a dominant position, both in relation to dominant undertakings and those exposed to such conduct. Additionally she has broad experience with advising clients on complex mergers and acquisitions, including dealing with the Norwegian Competition Authority. She has also written her thesis on private enforcement of competition law and the leniency program in light of the EU enforcement directive. Camilla also work with state aid law, and has experience in advising and assisting clients in relation to all types of state aid processes, also in relation to processes for the EFTA Surveillance Authority.
Camilla is advising and assisting clients in front of the Norwegian and EEA institutions, and has experience with handling cases before the Competition Authority, the EFTA Surveillance Authority and the EFTA Court.
Camilla holds a law degree from Scotland, where she undertook a 5 year LLB in Law with European Legal Systems at the University Aberdeen, and a Diploma in Practical Legal Practice at the University of Glasgow. Camilla has also spent one year at Aarhus University in Denmark where she focused on EU Law related subjects. During her studies, Camilla had several internships, amongst others at Burness Paull LLP in Scotland.