Energy Transition Lawyer

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20 Nov 2017

Lawyer, Energy Transition Global Challenge

Strategic Litigation programme – Brussels

This is an exciting and challenging opportunity for a lawyer to make a key contribution toward ensuring that Europe’s power sector complies with applicable environmental standards and minimises its impact on public health, the environment and the climate, and that Europe’s power sector functions in an efficient, flexible, clean and competitive manner. Progressive and innovative legal action has the potential to transform the EU energy landscape and to drive investment in sustainable alternatives.

The role involves a mix of developing and managing litigation and regulatory interventions, and participating in policy development and advocacy work.

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Salary for this role starting at €3.200 gross per month depending on experience and qualifications.

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For more information about this vacancy and for instructions on how to apply please visit our website http://www.clientearth.org/opportunities/

Deadline for applications is 20 November.

About us

ClientEarth is Europe’s first and leading environmental law charity. We find real, practical solutions to the Earth’s most pressing challenges.

Our programmes cover democracy, wildlife, oceans, forests, energy, climate change, business and health. We currently employ over 100 staff including legal experts qualified in more than ten jurisdictions, based in London, Brussels, Warsaw and Beijing.

This is an exciting time to join ClientEarth. In 2017, we were voted Charity of the Year and were named as one of the top 50 innovative law firms in Europe. We have recently established a fund-raising office in New York and we are using our expertise to support implementation of China’s new environmental laws.

Join a growing organisation which uses the power of the law to protect people and the planet. 

ClientEarth is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

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