"Working for ClientEarth matches one of my career’s early aspirations; being part of a team of accomplished professionals that fight to make this world better."
Eleni Diamantopoulou, Lawyer EU Energy & Coal, Environmental Lawyers ClientEarth

Eleni Diamantopoulou

Senior lawyer
Litigation Lead Energy Systems

Eleni Diamantopoulou joined our London office in April 2017. Before joining ClientEarth, Eleni worked as an energy lawyer in Greece focusing on renewables and power tariffs.

Eleni was admitted as a lawyer in Greece in 2004 and she is in the process of qualifying as a solicitor in England and Wales. Apart from the law degree, she holds an Interdisciplinary Diploma in European Studies from the University of Strasbourg III, an LLM in International law from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, and a joint degree LLM in Energy law from the Universities of Groningen, Oslo, Aberdeen and Copenhagen.

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