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Prof Nicole Rogers


Level 4, Building 4, Faculty of Law, Bond University

Faculty of Law

Accepting PhD Students

Research interests

I have researched widely in the areas of climate law, wild law, interdisciplinary climate studies and performance studies theory and the law. In 2014, I instigated and then co-led the Wild Law Judgment project, which culminated in an edited publication of collected wild law judgments in 2017. In my research monographs, I have focused upon the interplay of climate narratives across a range of fields including law, politics, activism and fiction. My latest co-edited book, The Anthropocene Judgments Project: Futureproofing the Common Law (Routledge, 2023), is the product of an international, interdisciplinary, collaborative project in which participants have written the judgments of the future.


  • PhD, Southern Cross University
  • LLB (Hons I), University of Sydney
  • BA (Hons I), University of Sydney
  • LLM, University of Wollongong

Fields of Research

  • Legal systems

Statement for HDR students

I have particular expertise in interdisciplinary climate studies, climate litigation, climate activism and the law, youth climate activism, and the application of wild law in practice.

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