Alice Garton joined ClientEarth in April 2015 as Company and Financial Project Leader. Prior to joining ClientEarth, she worked as a litigation lawyer at Olswang (in London) and Clayton Utz (in Australia), and as a company lawyer at Brookfield Multiplex, where she managed the complex Wembley Stadium dispute.
In parallel to her litigation practice, Alice developed and implemented corporate social responsibility programmes at Clayton Utz and Brookfield. At Brookfield she also advised the Board of Directors on the UK and EU climate change regulatory regimes, including identifying strategic business opportunities in the green economy. Alice has researched and written about various issues in international environmental law through her work at Chatham House in 2006 and in her other roles.
Alice graduated with first class honours in both her undergraduate and postgraduate studies. She has a double degree in Law and Politics from Charles Darwin University (in Australia) and a Masters of Environmental Law and Policy from University College London.