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How can law be used to drive the required transformation of economy and society in the face of catastrophic climate breakdown? This event will give students from across King's the opportunity to hear from someone working on the frontlines of building transnational networks for impactful international climate litigation. It will be of interest to students working in political economy, geography, earth sciences, and law, as well as students who are curious about different options for working on climate change professionally.
Letty Thomas is the head of field-building and networks at the Foundation for International Law for the Environment (FILE). FILE supports partners around the world to use bold, innovative and robust legal action to fight the climate and nature crises. Letty has professional experience has spanning the humanitarian, criminal justice and climate sectors. She has a BA in Social Anthropology from the University of Cambridge and an MSc in Violence, Conflict and Development from SOAS; the School of Oriental and African Studies.