I have had the privilege of working in both Europe and China on issues pertaining to environmental law. In 2009 I was a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Ljubljana where I taught comparative EU- US environmental law and the international law of climate change. During that time I had the opportunity to network with NGOs developing legal challenges to environmental degradation. Since 2012 I have been a Technical Advisor to the Vermont Law School’s US-Asian Partnership for Environmental Law
. My work has been focused in Yunnan Province, building capacity for environmental NGOs and assisting with a legal clinic at Southwest Forest University in Kunming focused on public interest environmental law. I have also given a presentation on mitigating climate change to the National Development and Reform Council, China’s primary state planning agency, and lectured at several Chinese universities on public interest environmental litigation.