Ennid Roberts, LLM
Ennid Roberts worked as a Researcher at Ecologic Institute. She was a member of the Ecologic Legal team. Her main professional interests are Environmental Law and Policy, Climate Change, Public International Law, European Law and German Public Law. She is fluent in both German and English and has good knowledge of French and Portuguese.
Ennid Roberts was involved in projects on EU energy and climate policies after 2020, the project Legal Instruments to implement the objective "Land Degradation Neutral World" in International Law, a Wildlife crime project and the project Improving climate protection – for Paris and beyond. She was also involved in projects such as the European Union Action to Fight Environmental Crime (EFFACE), the Assessment of Climate Change Policies in the Context of the European Semester and Mobilizing and Transferring Knowledge on post-2012 Climate Policy Implications (POLIMP).
Before joining Ecologic Institute, Ennid Roberts worked for adelphi, the German Institute for Human Rights, the Institute for International Affairs, the Institute for Energy and Regulatory Law and for the parliamentary party Bündnis 90/Die Grünen (The Greens). During her legal training, she worked, inter alia, at the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR), the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) and the German Embassy in Phnom Penh (Cambodia).
Ennid Roberts studied law in Berlin, Lisbon and London and specialized in Public International Law, European Law and German Public Law. She is a fully qualified lawyer since 2012. In 2010, she received a Master of Laws (LLM) degree in Public International Law from the University College London (UCL). In her dissertation she dealt with the legal status of "Environmentally Displaced Persons".
In addition to her work at the Ecologic Institute, Ennid Roberts worked as a Research Associate at the German Federal Constitutional Court (Bundesverfassungsgericht).
Ennid Roberts is a voluntary member of the editorial department of a Public International Law blog. In the past, she has lived in Yemen, Pakistan and Brazil.