UC Professor explores the changes that are being made to contempt laws in August

24 June 2020

UC Law Professor Ursula Cheer joins Katheryn Ryan on RNZ to talk about upcoming changes to New Zealand contempt law and what it means for media and the public.

  • The press bench in court room one

    The press bench in court room one. Photo: RNZ/Edward Gay

The changes will come into force in August under the Contempt of Court Act which was passed last year. 

Listen here

For further information please contact:

UC Communications team, media@canterbury.ac.nz, Ph: (03) 369 3631 or 027 503 0168

Climate-Minister-announcement

Biomass boiler funding of $6m takes UC closer to sustainability targets

The University of Canterbury’s (UC) goal of becoming carbon net neutral by 2030 has received a $6.24 million boost with the announcement of Government ...

2020 EQC grants

EQC grants $1.25m for UC natural hazards research

University of Canterbury (UC) research will receive nearly half of the Earthquake Commission’s (EQC) revamped $3 million University Research Programme ...