She works closely with various Governments and international companies on their respective appeals to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council covering a wide variety of legal issues. Camilla is a member of the Supreme Court and Privy Council Practitioner User Group and gives her time to provide assistance in proposing amendments to the Rules and/or Practice Directions published by the Court, arising out of her experience.
Camilla is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- R v Jogee  UKSC 8 Ruddock v The Queen (Jamaica)  UKPC 7  2 W.L.R. 681;  2 All E.R. 1 – In this landmark case, the Supreme Court examined the doctrine of joint enterprise and the mental element of intent that must be proved, when a defendant is accused of being a secondary party to a crime
- Ferguson & ors v Attorney General of Trinidad & Tobago  UKPC 2; 40 B.H.R.C. 715 - Concerned the introduction of a statutory limitation period for prosecutions which was repealed two weeks later. Persons affected by that repeal, brought an action of legitimate expectation and constitutional interference
- United Policyholders Group v Attorney General of Trinidad and Tobago  UKPC 17;  1 W.L.R. 3383 - Judicial review proceedings were brought on the ground of legitimate expectation by investment policy holders of a large insurance company
- Sexius v Attorney General of Saint Lucia  1 WLR 3236: The Privy Council considered the scope of the right to silence and its interplay with the right to a fair trial
- Stubbs v The Queen  3 WLR 1638 (Bahamas): The appeal concerned the fair trial provisions in the constitution and provided guidance on trial judges sitting on appeals