Episode 18: The General Sir John Monash Scholars podcast featuring Climate Litigator, Zoe Bush
Zoe has a Master of Laws from Columbia University, where she worked for Professors Kimberlé Crenshaw and Susan Sturm, and a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from the University of Western Australia (UWA). She is a climate litigator at the Environmental Defenders' Office, lecturer and tutor at UWA Law School, and former Fellow at Law for Black Lives in the US. 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.