Keren Adams is a Director of Legal Advocacy at the Human Rights Law Centre and a co-founder of the Australian Corporate Accountability Network (ACAN). Keren has over 15 years’ experience working on corporate accountability issues as a human rights lawyer and advocate in Australian and internationally. She was previously a partner at UK law firm Leigh Day, where she litigated numerous landmark human rights cases, including the UK’s largest-ever group claim against oil trader, Trafigura, on behalf of 30,000 people exposed to toxic waste dumping in the Cote d’Ivoire. Keren was a voluntary director of the UK Corporate Responsibility Coalition, promoting stronger regulatory frameworks and improved access to remedies for individuals harmed by UK companies globally. Keren has lectured on issues of corporate accountability, human rights and tort law in Australia and internationally.
Keren AdamsChris Johnson2018-10-10T01:24:46+00:00