Annika Reynolds

Founder, GreenLaw

Annika is the founder of GreenLaw, an ANU Law Reform and Social Project. She created GreenLaw because she was heavily involved in environmental advocacy but saw limited engagement with legal institutions by young people.

Annika is a current Law (Honours)/International Security Studies student at the Australian National University, with a minor in Korean. She is a research assistant at the ANU College of Law on federal environmental regulation, and matters of international law in the South Pacific, and is currently consulting for the Australian Conservation Foundation. Annika is a Board Director for Zero Emissions Noosa Inc (ZEN), providing strategic guidance for ZEN’s communication and advocacy. 

Previously, Annika was a private consultant for government departments, a researcher in the Australian Commonwealth Parliament, an intern in NSW State Parliament, and has been a paralegal for a range of private law firms. Annika is also a volunteer researcher for the Pacific Law Reform Commission, working primarily on how Pacific Island nations can enact their human rights obligations.


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