Clotilde Henriot leads on the food systems, ocean and land use project within ClientEarth. She focuses on the reform of the Energy Charter Treaty to guarantee that it can no longer be used against progressive climate and environment measures. She also advocated for better environmental and human right provisions as well as effective enforcement mechanisms accessible to civil society organisations in EU trade agreements.

Finally Clotilde works on the development of new EU corporate due diligence requirements in order for companies to present environment damage and human rights violations throughout their value chain and to be hold accountable when harm occurs.


Clotilde joined ClientEarth in 2013 after working for several years in a French private law firm as a litigator, her areas of focus were commercial and employment law.


She holds degrees in Business law from Université Paris II-Assas and Paris-SUD in partnership with ESSEC, Business school, Paris (France)and she was admitted at the French bar in 2009.

ClientEarth is an inspiring work environment. We use the law to its full extent, from elaboration, through implementation to enforcement, always ensuring participation, access to information and access to justice for civil society.

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