Dominique is a lawyer in the Fossil Fuel Infrastructure Programme. She works with partner organisations across Europe, primarily Central Eastern Europe, to develop and oversee legal strategies that speed up the clean energy transition, defend the rule of law and protect environmental rights.


Dominique joined ClientEarth in 2016, within an initial focus on developing effective and transparent legal frameworks for the protection and restoration of marine and terrestrial biodiversity in the EU. She then moved to the Fossil Fuel Infrastructure Programme and has overseen a swathe of litigation against coal power plants across Europe. Prior to joining ClientEarth Dominique worked for Friends of the Earth in London, focusing on unconventional coal seam gas extraction (fracking) and UK and EU climate work. Prior to that Dominique worked for Macfarlanes LLP in London as a commercial property lawyer.


Dominique was admitted as a lawyer in the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2013 and holds a degree in law from Bond University (Australia).

In today’s global political and corporate climate it is critical that organisations such as ClientEarth have a seat at the table. It’s a privilege to work for an organisation where access to justice for people and the planet is a priority.

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