Delphine Saint-Martin. Photo: private collection

In her internship summary she writes: "Environmental law has always been an appealing branch of law to me, how humans regulate or not their impact on the environment and the earth we depend on. It encompasses and represents most of the principles and issues of international law and human rights, such as the protection of the state sovereignty, their consent to treaties, and the fulfilling of their obligations. /....../ Moreover, this internship enabled me to have a new approach of environmental law and environmental rights not only for my master’s thesis, but more largely for my own approach and understanding of environmental law at the Estonian, European and International levels."

Read the full internship report here.