International Experience

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.
Jack Tuholske, International law