Understanding the Law requires a strong initial study of the structure of the Legal System under scrutiny.
I begin by examining where law can be found, looking at the different sources of Legislation, Bylaws and Common Law (among others). I will also examine the differences between these.
Once the student is aware of how to find relevant law, I will then move onto statutory interpretation and how the context of the law is important.
Beyond this, the student will also be taught how to structure legal writing, and how to cite the sources they find in an OSCOLA format. This is essential for any academic studies the student may engage with on the subject.
Alongside the core skills above, the teaching will take a direction depending on the specific requirements of the student. However, a firm understanding of the core subjects is also the foundation for any self-directed studies that the student may decide to engage in independently.
I am a graduate in Law, currently undertaking my masters. I hope to progress to a PhD after I complete my masters.
I am an author, and my work can be found on Amazon.
I have tutored privately for two years, with four clients, these range from a single session to ongoing support.
My areas of expertise are computer law, legal philosophy and criminal law. I have a keen interest in academic research also.
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I met Kris a couple of years ago when he started helping me with my university work. Kris is very patient and is great at finding simple analogies to help people understand what at first may be unclear.
I was so impressed with the vast amount of knowledge Kris has across so many areas, but especially regarding Law. His structured essay writing and ability to view an argument from all sides amazed me and were key to me developing my essays to get those higher grades and thinking much deeper about what the question is really looking for.
I know Kris has helped many people over the past to raise their grades and he will continue to help people achieve their best as he is as determined as he is passionate in his approach.
When it comes to law, Kris knows his stuff. Understanding the fundamentals of law and its functionity isn't easy but Kris manages to break it down into bite size chunks and explain it clearly. Definitely recommend.
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