Tiffanie is a Policy Analyst for the Grantham Research Institute’s Climate Change Laws of the World project. She is currently working on several projects exploring legal pathways to net zero, benefits of climate laws, and corruption risks in climate action. 


Tiffanie is a dual-qualified lawyer in England & Wales and in Hong Kong. Prior to her role at the Grantham Research Institute, Tiffanie worked in London and Hong Kong as a corporate lawyer in an international law firm. Whilst in private practice, Tiffanie worked on a broad range of pro bono projects, including research for the Child Rights International Network and the InspiringHK Sports Foundation.

Tiffanie holds a Bachelor of Laws and a MSc in Environmental Policy and Regulation, both from the London School of Economics. Her dissertation examined the extent to which the concept of a just transition has been incorporated into climate change laws and policies across eight jurisdictions. 

Research interests

  • The role of law and litigation in delivering a just transition 
  • Governance of net-zero commitments of state and non-state actors
  • The implications of climate conscious lawyering


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