Dr Megan Bowman is a lecturer in Law at the School of Law, King’s College London. Her expertise focuses on transnational analyses of climate finance, commercial and financial regulation, and corporate ethics. She is motivated by regulatory design options that account for the levers and limits of law in facilitating sustainability in market economies and China.
Dr Bowman consults to government on private-public climate finance, and is currently an advisor to several prominent UK non-government organisations on climate-related investment and banking. She is also a Visiting Professor at Université de Paris – Dauphine; and Assistant Editor for the Transnational Environmental Law journal (Cambridge).
Dr Bowman earned her PhD from the Regulatory Institutions Network at the Australian National University from which her qualitative research on climate finance regulation in market economies garnered international recognition. She was an invited scholar to the Harvard/Stanford International Junior Faculty Forums, the C9/G8 Clean Energy symposium at Tsinghua University, and the Cambridge University Regulation and Governance conference.
She has held previous academic positions at McGill University in Canada, UNSW Australia, Monash University and Victoria Law School in Australia, and was awarded the highest accolade of the Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Excellence Award at Victoria Law School.
Dr Bowman began her career as a practitioner in corporate-commercial law and environmental-planning law and is a qualified barrister and solicitor of the High Court of Australia and Supreme Court of Victoria.