Keely Boom is a lawyer and a Research Associate at the Institute for Sustainable Futures at the University of Technology Sydney. Keely is an Awabakal woman who grew up in the Yuin nation. Her personal totem is the kangaroo.
Keely works as Executive Officer of the Climate Justice Programme.
Keely has completed a PhD in Law at the University of Wollongong. Her PhD looks at whether countries can sue each other over the impacts of climate change, with a case study of Tuvalu and Australia.
Research Fellow, THINKK, the think tank for kangaroos at University of Technology Sydney
Executive Officer, Australian Climate Justice Program
Legal Intern, Greenpeace International
Teaching Academic, Faculty of Law at University of Wollongong
University of Wollongong, Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Commerce
University of Wollongong, Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
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Constitutional Law (180108)
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Human Rights Law (180114)
History And Philosophy Of Law And Justice (220204)