Phoebe Saxon

Phoebe is a third year JD student with an undergraduate degree in International and Global Studies (majoring in International Relations, History and Spanish).
Her areas of interest are environmental and energy law, human rights and comparative constitutional law.

She has interned at Oxfam Australia in the Campaigns team and as a legal intern with the Cancer Council NSW. She is currently undertaking a clinic at the NSW Land and Environment Court.

In 2016, Phoebe went on exchange to Copenhagen, Denmark so that she could ride a bike everywhere and experience the ‘Scandinavian utopia’. Last year, she also spent her summer break in Spain to brush up on her Spanish which she practises at the tapas bar she works at here in Sydney.

In her spare time, Phoebe loves to read. Her favourite genre is ‘multi-generational family sagas’ (e.g. 100 Years of Solitude, White Teeth, The Poisonwood Bible, The House of the Spirits, Pachinko).