Mr Aaron Magner
Casual Academic

Mr Aaron Magner

Masters of Environmental Management, University of New South Wales

Masters of Law (Corporate and Commercial Law), University of New South Wales

Bachelor of Law (Hons) 1st Class, University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

Bachelor of Economics, Macquarie University.

Business School
School of Management and Governance

My research incorporates environmental management, environmental law, ecological economics, and Earth jurisprudence, with a focus on bioregional governance, drawing from indigenous perspectives, cultural studies, and theories of social change.

Ecological thinker with experience in a wide range of roles in the private, public, community and higher education sectors.

Morven Brown Building

PhD candidate in Earth Jurisprudence, Bioregional Governance, Rights of Nature.

Sessional Academic. Teaching IEST5021: Capitalism, Corporations and Transforming Environments, and IEST 7200: Demystifying Environmental Law: From Regulation to Rights of Nature

Prior roles in law, sustainability, wellbeing, safety, trade unions.

Currently focused on bioregional greenprints, ecocentric, doughnut economics and governance.