2009 Hamilton, New Zealand

Dissertation Editing and Proofreading

Dissertation Editing & Proofreading

Comprehensive editing and proofreading

Thesis / Dissertation
Research Proposal
Writing Sample
Essay Editing
Articles and other


List of courses that Myra Williamson has experience teaching:

>Constitutional Law
>Corporate Entities
>Social Theories
>Introduction to Law
>Comparative Law
>Introduction to Law
>Company Law
>Legal Systems and Societies
>Legal Terminology in English
>Public International Law
>Terrorism and International Law
>Grade 10 Modern World History
>Grade 9 History (IGSCE)
>Grade 8 Humanities (MYP)
>Grade 6 English



Liverpool Law Review

'The book is a welcome contribution to the debate on the use of force in international law. It is clear, accessible and draws upon a good breadth of scholarship which, while primarily legal, draws upon broader material where appropriate to paint a picture of the law that currently exists, how that law rightly applies to the 2001 use of force against Afghanistan, and the current challenges to the law. It ought to find a place in any decent international law library.'



Latest Employment

PSU University Assistant Professor at Prince Sultan University, College for Women (PSUCW) in Riyadh, KSA. 2010-2011




University of Waikato

"Hi Myra, you are a great colleague and teacher Myra.  I really appreciate your willingness to support our students in this way. Many thanks. Leah"

Email from the course convenor in a paper in which I was the tutor - 28 March 2007

"It is a pleasure being a tutor in your paper... I just want to say thank you for all your guidelines which are very useful and for taking the time to guide us in our tutoring."

Email from a tutor in a paper in which I taught - 9 October 2008



A university needs its academic staff to be involved in a number of administrative activities in order for it to function effectively. I am committed to that in principle and in practice and am happy to serve the university where I am employed in any capacity I can.



David Johnson, Roger Johnson and Karl Smith

"Learning is a social process that occurs through interpersonal interaction within a cooperative context. Individuals, working together, construct shared understandings and knowledge."


  • Doctor of Philosophy - PhD
    Conferred by the University of Waikato in April 2008
  • Master of Laws - LLM (Hons) – First Class
    Conferred by the University of Waikato, in Hamilton, New Zealand 2001
  • Bachelor of Arts – BA - Political Science
    Conferred by the University of Otago, in Dunedin, New Zealand 1997
  • Bachelor of Laws - LLB (Hons) First Class
    Conferred by the University of Otago, in Dunedin, New Zealand 1997
  • Post-Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Teaching (PGCertTT): One (of two) papers completed at the University of Waikato in 2009
  • Professional Legal Studies Course (1998): Waikato University

    Title of thesis
    "Terrorism, War and International Law: The legality of the use of force against Afghanistan in 2001"

    PhD Supervisors
    - Professor Dr Alexander Gillespie
    - Professor Margaret Bedgood
    - Associate Professor Dr Claire Breen

    PhD External Examiners
    - Professor Scott Davidson, Dean of Law, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand (currently Vice-Chancellor Teaching Quality and Student Experience at University of Lincoln, United Kingdom); and

    -Professor Donald R. Rothwell, Professor of International Law, ANU College of Law, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

  Latest Awards
Prince Sultan University College for Women Research Award for Being a Research Active Member of Faculty in 2010-2011
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