Jacquelyn MacLennan offers more than 25 years of experience for clients worldwide, representing leading multinational corporations, governments and trade associations. She practices EU law with a focus on litigation and concentrates on competition law, trade and customs law, EU internal market free movement/regulatory/discrimination issues, in addition to European human rights law. Jacquelyn has substantial litigation experience presenting arguments before the EU courts and European Court of Human Rights, as well as amicus briefs before the US Supreme Court. Before working for White & Case, Jacquelyn was part of the External Trade team of the European Commission's Legal Service.
Jacquelyn leads White & Case’s Global Pro Bono Practice, and is actively involved in the African Centre on Law & Ethics Programme, where she teaches legal ethics and business and human rights to young lawyers and law students. She is on the Board of PILnet and Operation Fistula, which works to end fistula globally. She is also an Honorary Fellow of the Europa Institute of the University of Edinburgh.