[extract] She was persuaded to accept the offer of a Chair of Law at Bond in 1993 when I became Dean, and she served as Associate Dean (Research and Graduate Studies) from 1994-1997. She has served with distinction and made a strong contribution to the University, both in terms of teaching Contract and International Trade Law, and in serving on University Committees. She chaired the inaugural Research Committee for many years. She reckons that, at Bond, she has experienced some of the best students and most supportive colleagues of her career. Bond has also managed to replicate the smaller classes of her early career and has given her a sense of teaching satisfaction once more.
She retired in 2002, and was made Emeritus Professor, but she continues to teach and supervise postgraduate students. Long may she do so.