The 2012 Animal Law Lecture Series was an opportunity to hear from leaders in animal and environmental law. Our speakers shared their expertise on the commercial hunting of kangaroos and seals.



Keely is a research fellow with THINKK and an expert in animal law and environmental law.

Keely graduated from the University of Wollongong with a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Law (Honours). She has a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice and has been admitted to practice as a lawyer in NSW.

Her research focuses on the law and policy governing the killing of kangaroos. Keely was the first intern to be taken on with Voiceless and served as an intern with the legal unit of Greenpeace International in Amsterdam.

She is a PhD candidate at the University of Wollongong and is Executive Officer of the Climate Justice Programme.

Keely presented at University of Sydney Law School, Arnold Bloch Leibler in Sydney and Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra.