Biography

Charlotte Glaser is an associate in the White Collar Defense & Government Investigations and Litigation practice groups.

Charlotte qualified as a barrister and has experience in matters related to business crime. She has advised and represented corporates and individuals involved in bribery, corruption, fraud and money laundering investigations conducted by the Serious Fraud Office, HMRC and other UK and international enforcement agencies.

Charlotte also has experience of representing individuals in relation to investigations commenced by the Competition and Markets Authority and other international competition authorities.

Prior to joining Brown Rudnick, Charlotte practised as a barrister specialising in criminal law and represented clients in a wide range of criminal matters. including fraud and allegations of dishonesty, and has experience of appearing before the Court of Appeal. Charlotte also represented individuals at all stages of Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 proceedings.

While practising as a barrister Charlotte was instructed by the Serious Fraud Office and National Crime Agency. Charlotte was also seconded to the Enforcement and Market Oversight division at the Financial Conduct Authority where she assisted investigators in a number of criminal and regulatory investigations.

Education

BBP Law School, Holborn – BPTC, 2013
The City Law School, City, University of London – GDL, 2012

Bar Admissions

England and Wales
Publications
Co-author, Anti-Corruption 2019 Second Edition , Chambers and Partners (December 2019)
Professional Affiliations
Member, The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple
Member, Young Fraud Lawyers Association
Member, American Bar Association
Member, Female Fraud Forum
Awards and Honors
Winner of the Jarman Advocacy Prize, 2016