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21 February 1982 |
Christchurch, New Zealand
Rosara Joseph (born 21 February 1982 in Christchurch) is a New Zealand cyclist who won a silver medal for New Zealand in the Women's mountain bike racing event at the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games. She is also the current[when?] Oceania champion[clarification needed], a Rhodes Scholar at St John's College, Oxford, and a lawyer.
- In training for the 2006 Commonwealth games, in 2005 she finished 16th in the World Cross Country Mountainbiking Championships in Italy
- Silver Medal for New Zealand in the Women's Mountain bike racing event at the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games.
- She finished ninth in the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games in the women's cross country race.
Education and prizes
- 2000 - Brooker's Prize in Legal System
- 2002 - Duncan Cotterill Award in Law
- 2003 - Minter Ellison Rudd Watts Prize in Law
- 2003 - Russell McVeagh Prize for Excellence in Intellectual Property
- 2005 - Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honours, Cantebury
- 2005 - Gold Medal in Law
- 2005 - Inaugural Gerald Orchard Prize in Law for excellence in the Law of Evidence
- 2005 - Bachelor of Arts in History
- 2006 - Commenced Bachelor of Civil Law ("a highly-esteemed master’s-level qualification") at Oxford
- 2011 - DPhil at Oxford University
- Clerk for the President of the NZ Court of Appeal in Wellington. (Justice Anderson and Justice Glazebrook)
- Rosara Joseph, Graduate and Student Profiles, University of Cantebury, Christchurch, NZ
- Full text of doctoral thesis, "The war prerogative: history, reform and constitutional design" via Oxford Research Archive
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