I am very informal when it comes to teaching. I prefer face-to-face teaching and like to use visual aids (ranging from my 5 year old macbook to my rather battered bowler hat). Generally sessions would not be more than 2 hours long and I try to aim for a starbucks(!) as they are often well lit (and I like the coffee...!).
I often ask for students to send me module and seminar guides in advance so that I can read them. This way I can understand what a student is being taught and how.
I am an experienced civil litigation paralegal with bachelor and masters degrees in history and law respectively from Birkbeck College University of London. I have experience of high value claims running in the Chancery and Queens Bench Division of the High Court, the Civil Division of the Court of Appeal and disability & religious discrimination claims running in the County Court, Employment Tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal and the SEND Tribunal.
I love teaching tort law, contract law, criminal law, armed forces law and public law to degree level students. I have an informal style (starbucks is my office). I also have a number of disabilities including dyspraxia and Irlen Syndrome. Accordingly I empathetic to those with disabilities.
I am happy to help students doing LLB's, GDL's and LLM QLD's.
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