ClientEarth has its headquarters in London as well as offices in Brussels and Warsaw. Please ensure you have understood where the role is located before you apply.

We do not accept speculative applications. We will endeavour to respond to all candidates who apply for our roles. However, because of the volume of applications we will not be able to provide feedback to applicants who have not attended interviews.

Selection is based on an assessment against the competencies, skills and qualifications required to perform the job. If you are selected for interview you may also be asked to complete a task to assess your ability to perform the role. This might require preparation before the interview but we will ensure enough notice is given in such situations.

If you are the selected candidate for the role, we will be in touch to conduct necessary pre-employment checks, including your right to work, reference check and qualification check.

Part time Associate, EUTR, Climate and Forest
Temporary role

The Timber Regulation is one of the key measures to result from the European Union’s Forest Law Enforcement Governance and Trade (FLEGT) Action Plan. The Timber Regulation responds to the fact that, as a key consumer market for timber and timber products, the EU has a responsibility – and importantly, the ability – to positively influence the way that timber is harvested.
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Development - Trusts and Grants Fundraising Officer

The Trusts and Grants officer will be responsible for maximising income from institutions such as trusts and foundations by researching funding opportunities and writing compelling funding applications.
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Climate Damage - Lawyer
Climate Litigation - London

This exciting and challenging role is designed for a lawyer to lead and develop our new Climate Damage project in our recently established Climate Litigation team.  The focus of the role is to advance our work on using the law to prevent and/or provide redress for damage to individuals and communities as a result of climate change.
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