Ursula Cheer is a Professor of Law and the first female Dean of the Canterbury Law School. She has also been a lawyer in practice, a speech writer for the Minister of Justice, and a legal advisor to the Prime Minister. Sometimes she is on the radio, blathering on about media law. Ursula always reads the Listener from back to front. In her spare time she indulges in amateur dramatics. That’s how she met Joe Bennett. Joe taught her to play rugby.
Ursula Cheer appears in:
The Great New Zealand Crime Debate, Sat August 27, 7.30pm