Jacquelyn MacLennan has practised EU environmental law in Brussels for more than 25 years. She represents major multinational corporations, governments, trade associations and NGOs, focusing on EU and international regulations (e.g., REACH, RoHS, WEEE, other chemicals and packaging regulation, environmental impact assessments, Aarhus Convention, Montreal Convention, Kyoto Convention and Paris Agreement, and emissions trading regulations). She also advises on EU competition law, trade law and internal market regulatory issues, and specialises in problems in the interface of environmental law with these other areas of EU law. Jacquelyn litigates regularly before the EU and UK courts, and represents clients before the European Commission. She is recognised as a Leading Lawyer: Environment: EU Regulatory – Belgium, Chambers Europe 2018. She regularly teaches EU law and speaks at conferences on the subject of environmental law. She is an Honorary Fellow at the Europa Institute of the University of Edinburgh.
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