Wildlife Lawyer - Central & Eastern Europe

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20 Jan 2019

This post will ideally be located in Warsaw, but other locations in CEE may be considered.

We have an exciting opportunity for a mid-level to experienced lawyer to join our team working on Central and Eastern European conservation issues. The focus of the role will be to use EU nature law in order to protect wildlife across the EU, especially in Central and Eastern Europe.
This will involve working with partner NGOs in other Member States in Central and Eastern Europe making legal interventions to protect wildlife and protected sites and carrying out advocacy of ClientEarth’s recommendations to decision-makers.
Role requirements
The successful candidate will have a demonstrated track record in law and will be ready to contribute to strategic legal thinking, advocacy, and creative problem solving in a public interest law setting. You will also have experience with litigation and strong interest in environmental law in one or more countries in Central and Eastern Europe and of EU environmental law. You will be an excellent communicator, with excellent written and verbal skills in English and one language of Central and Eastern Europe (Polish or other).  You are also committed to environmental issues and to social justice.
Please download the job description for more details. 
Further Information
ClientEarth is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Please note that ClientEarth will only be able to employ those who have the legal right to work in the country where this post is based.

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