Nicole Graham is an Australian legal scholar researching the relationships between property and the environment in law, culture, and land use practices. She is particularly interested in the role, the discourse, and the material consequences of property rights in natural resource management and environmental planning. Current projects on which Nicole is working include the role of law in environmental histories and landscape change, and the relationship between law and science in regard to the development of land use policy (especially including vegetation and mining in New South Wales, Australia). Nicole is a member of the Institute of Australian Geographers (IAG), the National Environmental Law Association (NELA), the Australian Earth Law Alliance (AELA), and the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Nicole has taught Real Property; Property in Natural Resources; and Resources and Environmental Management and Jurisprudence in the LLB, BEnvMgt, and JD programs at Macquarie University and UTS, Australia, for which she has received University, Faculty, and Law Student Society Teaching Awards.