Lawyer, Environmental Justice Australia
As a lawyer in the Environmental Justice Australia (EJA) climate team, Brittni works closely with local communities to tackle the climate crisis. Prior to joining EJA, Brittni worked in private practice providing complex climate risk advice to public and private sector clients across an array of industries.
Her litigation experience has included working with Traditional Owner groups across Australia on land rights issues, and in the human rights space at the Human Rights Law Centre. Brittni holds a Bachelor of Law (Hons) and a Bachelor of Commerce (Economics) and has contributed to publications by the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative and The Chancery Lane Project.