Mae Manupipatpong

Senior Associate Attorney International Program


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Mae Manupipatpong is a senior associate attorney with the International program. She is based in San Francisco.

Prior to coming to Earthjustice, Mae worked for two years as an associate attorney in Alston & Bird’s Litigation and Trial Practice group in Atlanta, Georgia.

Mae received her bachelor’s degrees in Philosophy and Political Science from the College of Wooster in Ohio and a J.D. from U.C. Berkeley, School of Law. While at Berkeley Law, Mae focused on environmental law issues, including tribal rights to natural resources, pesticide pollution in waterways, and strategies for reducing Thailand’s greenhouse gas emissions. She served as Publishing Editor and Articles Editor of the Ecology Law Quarterly as well as a teaching assistant for the Environmental Law Writing Seminar. In her third year of law school, she completed a field placement with Earthjustice International. Mae was born in Thailand, but she grew up in Indonesia and graduated high school in Japan.

The Latest from Mae Manupipatpong

February 27, 2024

In the News: KRBD

Alaska Tribes accuse Canada of human rights violations, request international hearing on mining

“Toxic water pollution doesn’t stop at the Canadian border. And human rights obligations don’t either.”
Photo of an Australian woman holding a protest sign reading, "Climate Action Now."
January 21, 2021

Rising Temperatures in the Land Down Under are a Human Rights Issue

A coalition of international and Australian environmental and human rights lawyers are calling for the United Nations Human Rights Council to review Australia’s human rights record in light of the government's inaction on climate change.
An aerial view of Secunda Power Station, one of the coal-fired plants that pollutes the air and water in South Africa's Mpumalanga province.
August 21, 2020

Winning the Fight Against Coal Projects in South Africa

Earthjustice's South African partners shut down a proposed 600 MW coal power plant in the Mpumalanga province, sending a message to the country's biggest polluters.