Claire works with clients to assess and mitigate supply chain risks and stay on top of ESG developments worldwide.

Claire focuses her practice on advising clients on international supply chain legal and commercial risks, including those arising from human rights and climate-related laws, regulations, and policies. She helps clients develop strategies to mitigate risk and enhance resilience using supply chain mapping, conducting due diligence on existing and potential suppliers, updating procurement policies and supplier contracts, and advising on related engagement with U.S. regulators and non-governmental organizations.

She has experience advising clients on the development of new ESG-related supply chain regulations and standards, including carbon border measures, climate risk disclosure requirements, and compliance obligations under domestic and international supply chain laws, including the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act, the California Transparency in Supply Chain Act, and the UK Modern Slavery Act. She also assists in obtaining U.S. government funding for clients under various programs, including the CHIPS Act and the Inflation Reduction Act.

Claire also has experience in counseling on international trade and investment issues arising under bilateral and multilateral treaties and representing clients in dispute settlement. She has advised sovereign and private clients in disputes arising under the World Trade Organization (WTO) agreements and other trade and investment agreements, covering a range of sectors and industries. Claire leverages this experience to help clients engage in the development of regulations and standards at the domestic and international levels.


  • University of Toronto  (B.A., with Honors, 2010)
    • International Relations
  • University of Oxford  (M. Phil., 2012)
    • International Relations
  • Georgetown University  (J.D., magna cum laude, 2017)
    • Member, Harrison Public Policy Clinic, Trade and Climate Team
    • International Economic Law Practicum
    • WTO Studies Program Certificate

Bar Admissions

  • District of Columbia
  • Maryland