Charlotte Brett advises a range of clients on EU policy and regulatory developments, including economic sanctions and export controls, EU relations with third countries, privacy and cybersecurity, and Brexit. Charlotte's experience sits at the crossroads between law and policy having worked for the European Parliament, international tribunals and for the last years in consultancy advising clients on European policy matters.
Before joining Steptoe, Charlotte was a trainee in the European Parliament where she worked on strengthening the EU's relations with Africa on key economic and political issues. She also worked on cases before the UN's International Criminal Tribunal for the former-Yugoslavia and the Special Tribunal for Lebanon. In Brussels, she has worked as the Program Manager of the European Business Summit and as a consultant in a European consultancy's policy and political practice.
- Charlotte Brett is an EU Policy Advisor and does not provide legal advice.
- College of Europe, 2018, Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies
- LL.M., University of Nottingham, 2016, Public International Law
- Université Toulouse 1 Capitole, 2014, Licence en droit