Diane de Rouvre

Lawyer/Juriste, Climate and Forests

Diane de Rouvre is a lawyer based in our Brussels office. She works on the implementation and enforcement of the EU Timber Regulation (EUTR), and more generally on demand-side measures to tackle deforestation in our Climate and Forests team.

Before joining ClientEarth Diane worked as a policy officer with the European Commission, in particular on EU data protection law, and as a legal clerck (“référendaire”) at the European Court of Justice.

She is qualified as an avocat in France and holds an LL.M. in European law from the University of London and a masters degree in Political Science from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences-Po).

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Latest from Diane de Rouvre:

  • cut timber in forest

    Analysis: weak enforcement of EU Timber Regulation throughout Europe

    ClientEarth research has found that countries across the EU are not enforcing the EU Timber Regulation properly, risking illegal timber products being put on the European market. 

  • picnic tables in forest for story on fifth anniversary of EU Timber Regulation

    Time for countries to make sure the EU Timber Regulation really works

    The EU is one of the world’s largest consumers of timber, but illegal harvesting and trade in illegal timber products can damage forests and the people that rely on them.

  • painted planks for analysis saying Dutch court has ruled on a company breaking EU Timber Regulation

    Dutch court clarifies industry responsibility under EU illegal logging law

    A Dutch court has ruled against a company which broke the EU Timber Regulation (EUTR).

  • Commission takes action to strengthen EU illegal logging law

    What can be done to strengthen Europe’s anti-illegal logging law?

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