Annika Hellweg

Paralegal CLF Massachusetts

Annika Hellweg is a paralegal supporting the Ocean Conservation and Clean Energy and Climate Change teams. She is a Minnesota native and graduated from Gordon College with a B.A. in Political Science. After a semester studying climate change law in the Netherlands, Annika wrote an honors thesis analyzing and comparing the history and potential of climate change litigation in the United States and the Netherlands.

Annika most recently worked in the US House of Representatives and has interned in both chambers of Congress. In her free time, Annika enjoys biking, cooking, and exploring all that Boston has to offer.

Recent Posts

5 Reasons to Protect Special Places in New England’s Ocean
Just 130 miles off New England’s coast, in the depths of the ocean, lies the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument – an underwater treasure teeming with life and color. The Canyons and Seamounts provides a home to ancient deep-sea corals, charismatic seabirds, endangered mammals, and many rare species. In addition to its marvelous…
Big Gas’s Latest Ploy: “Renewable Natural Gas”
For well over a century, fracked gas has been polluting our air and water. In New England, we pay high winter electricity prices due to our reliance on this dirty fossil fuel, and we’ve experienced firsthand the devastation that can result from using it. Big Gas is more interested in their profits than our safety.…


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