Ms Cheryl Green
Director of Clinical Legal Education
Cheryl worked as a solicitor in private practice for nine years practicing in the areas of Criminal, Family, Employment Civil and Commercial law. She also spent six years teaching the post-graduate legal professionals course set by the New Zealand Law Society which is required prior to admittance to the High Court of New Zealand to post graduate law students. This included the teaching and assessing of the skills of Interviewing, Advising, Law Office Management, Negotiation, Mediation, Drafting, Professional Responsibility, Drafting for Advocacy, Trial Preparation, Research and Advocacy.
Papers I Teach
Theory and practice of legal education in conjunction with incorporating within a legal education a law student’s ability to apply theories and principles to the practice of law.
Law; Legal Education; Professional Studies in Education; Teacher Professional Learning/Development