Keren Adams

Legal Director, Human Rights Law Centre

Keren Adams is a legal director at the Human Rights Law Centre where she leads the Centre’s work on business and human rights. Keren has over 15 years’ experience working as a human rights lawyer and advocate in Australia and internationally.

Prior to joining the HRLC, she was a partner at UK law firm Leigh Day, where she litigated a range of landmark human rights cases against UK multinationals in relation to abuses in their overseas operations.

Keren is a member of the advisory board of the Australian OECD National Contact Point and has previously advised the Australian Government on the implementation of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.