C.F. Black is the Indigenous Scholar and Adjunct Associate Professor, Griffith University, Australia. Her tribal afflications are the Kombumerri and the Munaljahlai.She is the author of two academic texts relating to Indigenous writings and Indigenous legal theory and many publications. Her latest book is A Mosaic of Indigenous Legal Thought: Legendary tales and other writings (2017). Her field of Indigenous jurisprudence aims to help facilitate the continuity of traditional storytelling and educate students as to the importance of lawful behaviour and the relationship to Land. Black’s latest research is around the growing awareness of plant consciousness, artificial intelligence and what it means to be a human being. Her collection of art pieces on birds has been exhibited in Denver, Colorado.