Zoe Ramsay is a Practitioner Director of KRED Legal, and General Counsel of KRED Enterprises. She has over 11 years' experience in commercial litigation and negotiation. Since 2010, Zoe has worked predominately for Indigenous clients, primarily in relation to the future acts regime under the Native Title Act, corporate governance and compliance and the negotiations for the proposed Liquified Natural Gas Hub at James Price Point.
Hayley Haas is an experienced legal practitioner in complex commercial dispute resolution. She brings human rights advocacy and capacity building experience to her role at KRED Legal, having advised several international human rights organisations with consultative status to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. In her work for KRED, Hayley has secured strong cultural heritage protection benchmarks and favourable commercial outcomes for several native title parties facing resource development in the Kimberley.
Megan Highfold, a proud Kokatha woman, has worked as an Indigenous Land Rights Solicitor for the Central Land Council, focusing on negotiating and drafting commercial contracts and Indigenous land use agreements. Since working for KRED, she’s locked in a number of successful heritage protection agreements that are the strongest of their kind in Australia.