Ms. Ilona Millar is a special counsel in the Environmental Markets team at Baker McKenzie, Sydney. She is an environmental and projects lawyer with a diverse range of experience in domestic and international climate change law and finance, carbon markets, environmental law and policy. She joined the firm in 2008 from the Foundation for International Environmental Law and Development, and International Institute for Environment and Development, in London.
Ms. Millar regularly writes, teaches and presents on environmental topics. She has lectured on environmental law, environmental markets and international climate change law at UNSW, Sydney University and University College London and for the past 10 years, she has co-coordinated the international climate change law course at ANU where she is a visiting fellow at the College of Law. Her international climate law work includes advising a number of developing country governments and non-governmental organizations on international climate change negotiations, implementation of international commitments under the Paris Agreement, and creating enabling legal and policy environments to facilitate climate finance and investment.
Ms. Millar has been listed among the best lawyers for Climate Change by Best Lawyers Australia since 2015.