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Environmental lawyers ClientEarth have been ranked as the 31st most innovative law firm in Europe at the Financial Times Innovative Lawyer Awards.
Professor Dr. Hermann Ott has joined ClientEarth to oversee our operations in Germany and help drive our work using the law to protect people and the planet.
This unique ceremony aims to recognise and reward change in all organisations working towards a more ethical and sustainable future.
ClientEarth has appointed lawyer Alice Garton to lead its Climate programme. Alice is a senior corporate lawyer and has been at ClientEarth for three years leading the organisation’s award-winning Company & Financial Project.
A book chronicling the history of ClientEarth’s first ten years has won the Judge’s Choice award at the inaugural Business Book Awards.
Environmental law teams across ClientEarth are celebrating this morning following recognition at two major awards ceremonies last night, in multiple categories.
ClientEarth has been voted as the UK’s most effective environmental group by CEOs from across the UK green sector, according to a new report.
A new book, Client Earth, which tells the successful story of ClientEarth over the last decade since it was founded, is launched this week.
ClientEarth has organised a two-month fellowship in the United States for Chinese judges specialising in environmental law. This is the first such long-term overseas fellowship in environmental law for Chinese judges.
ClientEarth lawyer, Malgorzata Smolak, has been named as one of the 50 most influential women in Poland for her environmental work by the Polish magazine Wysokie Obcasy.
Two environmental lawyers at ClientEarth, including our CEO, have been named in this year’s Progress 1000 list of the most influential Londoners.
Climate and forests law and policy adviser Jozef ‘Jef’ Weyns explains how he came to work for ClientEarth and what he hopes to achieve.