I am a firm believer in the power of the law when it comes to achieving real change. Supporting the work of such committed, enthusiastic lawyers is incredibly exciting and I feel fortunate to be a part of ClientEarth.
Emma Yanatchkov, Programme Officer, Climate and Forests, ClientEarth

Emma Yanatchkov

Programme Officer, Climate and Forests

Emma Yanatchkov joined ClientEarth in September 2018 after working in the arts and language industries.

Emma holds a BA in French literature and linguistics from the Sorbonne University as well as a Masters degree in modern languages and translation studies from the Paris Diderot University. She volunteered as a translator for different organisations such as the International Federation for Human Rights and worked as a dance writer.

Prior to this, Emma worked as a Linguistic Assistant at the French Ministry for the Economy and Finance within the Terminology Department.

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