Public law, Indigenous legal issues, criminal law, and access to justice. In particular, criminal justice responses to Indigenous people with Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.
Zoe has a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from the University of Western Australia (UWA). She is a solicitor at the State Solicitor's Office of Western Australia, lecturer and tutor at UWA Law School, and an elected member of WA Law Society's governing Council. In 2016, she was Associate to the Hon. Justice Barker at the Federal Court of Australia. Zoe's criminal justice reforms in relation to Indigenous peoples with FASD have been adopted by a Senate Standing Committee, published in peer reviewed journals and presented at international conferences. At 14 years of age, Zoe established Bridges Eating Disorders Association. Zoe will study a Master of Laws at Columbia University focusing on criminal justice responses to neurodevelopmental disorders, particularly in the context of Indigenous populations.