“I am excited to join ClientEarth and support people around the world fighting for climate justice.”

Lena Volmer

Legal Researcher (international law)

Lena Volmer joined ClientEarth’s Berlin office as a legal researcher for international law in May 2020.

After attending United World College of the Atlantic in Wales, Lena completed her B.A. Hons. in International Justice and Development at Leiden University College in The Hague. As part of her law degree at Free University of Berlin, she specialized in European law and received her LL.M. in International Dispute Resolution from Humboldt University thereafter. Next to her work with ClientEarth, Lena is currently preparing for her first state exam in law.

Before joining ClientEarth, Lena interned with the German Institute for Human Rights, was a Senior Resident Assistant at Leiden University College and worked for the Robert Bosch Foundation.

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