ohope beach


My family and I live at Ohope Beach which is one of the most beautiful beaches in New Zealand. It is a small town with unspoilt, wide beaches as well as lots of native forest where native New Zealand birds such as the Kiwi thrive. There are lots of activities to do here including walking, kayaking, snorkeling and boat trips to nearby islands. Check out this website to learn more about this delightful place to live Ohope Beach


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  Myra Williamson

"I believe that the relationship between teacher and student is vitally important to all  students’ success. Students need to feel supported. I believe that building a strong, effective relationship between teachers and learners is essential: if students feel that their lecturer cares about them, they will try harder, even if they may not like the subject being taught. I believe that lecturers should coach their students in the discipline and encourage the students to be co-inquirers with them, rather than viewing their students as the passive recipients of “knowledge”. I believe that lecturers have a duty to not only pass on knowledge to their students but to pass on skills as well as a desire to keep learning. Being a life-long learner is just as important to students, as it is to teachers."



Myra Williamson has a background in both practicing and teaching law in both New Zealand and the Middle East. She has practiced law as a litigation lawyer in New Zealand, mainly in commercial areas of law. As a lawyer she gained experience in dealing with clients, conducting legal research, writing legal opinions and submissions as well as appearing in courts at various levels of the New Zealand judicial system. Myra appeared in the District Court, High Court and Tenancy Tribunal on behalf of clients.



I have lectured in New Zealand and Saudi Arabian universities in the following papers: company law, constitutional/public law, introduction to law, legal systems & societies and in 2009 I established, then taught, a paper (at honours/masters level) in terrorism and international law. In all my courses I aim to create a friendly but professional atmosphere. I try to build a repore with each and every one of my students. I attempt to integrate e-learning platforms whenever possible to maximise the effectiveness of technology in my teaching

I hold a PhD in international law from the University of Waikato in New Zealand. I have a strong publication record including a monograph published by Ashgate Publishing in the UK and a total of more than 10 publications.

I have travelled widely and have lived overseas for extended periods. Although my post-graduate qualifications are in international law, my undergraduate qualifications (including my Honours thesis) were based on areas of commercial law and that is principally where my litigation experience was also gained. I am flexible and able to teach in several different areas of law.

I have strong interpersonal and communication skills. I am able to work independently as well as be part of an effective team. I enjoy equally both research and teaching. In addition, I am always willing to serve on committees and contribute to policy development whenever possible. I am constantly attempting to improve my teaching and therefore I actively seek out opportunities for professional development.

  My favourite baking


Savoury scones, Chocolate cake, Apricot fudge slice, Chocolate brownies and Basbouseh
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