I believe that ClientEarth plays an essential role in protecting the planet and its people against corporate interests, especially in the current political climate. To protect and preserve the world as we know it today, a global transition to clean energy is needed and I am very grateful for the opportunity to work in a team of such talented individuals that uses law to accelerate this transition.
Maria-Jolie Veder, Intern, EU Energy and Coal

Maria Jolie Veder

Lawyer/Juriste, Energy

Maria Jolie Veder joined our Energy Transition team in January 2018, after working as an intern for ClientEarth’s EU Energy & Coal team in the strategic litigation programme.

Prior to joining ClientEarth, Maria worked as a trainee for the Center for International Environmental Law in Geneva. Maria holds a LLM in Public International Law, International Environmental Law and Law of the Sea from the University of Utrecht.

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