I approach teaching from an analytical perspective, which I have gained substantial skills in during my law degree. I have developed fine tuned skills at critical analysis which I believe can hugely benefit any high school student. I also believe that a detailed explanation is crucial to self improvement so spend a lot of time explaining my methodology and providing detailed comments to any piece of work I mark.
I am a law graduate currently studying the diploma in professional legal practice before I go on to work as a solicitor in September. I graduated in May with a first class degree in Law and French and am looking to tutor individuals in either english, law or any variety of proof reading. I achieved an A in Higher and Advanced Higher English, with the best grade in the class in advanced higher.
My rates may vary according to the student or any travel required.
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Address: 1/1, 40 Clouston Street, Glasgow, G20 8QX
Date of birth: 17.03.1997
North Berwick High School: (August 2009- May 2015).
University of Glasgow – Law (LLB) with French (2015 – Graduated 2019 with Honours of the First Class).
Université Jean Moulin Lyon III (2017/18- Third Year Abroad): DEUF (Diplômes d’Etudes Universitaire Français).
University of Glasgow – Diploma in Professional Legal Practice (2019-2020).
University of Glasgow, Development and Alumni Intern. (September 2019 – Current).
Ambassador for the Alumni and Development Office at the university. My role includes engaging in discussions and negotiating with potential donors, informing alumni about campus developments and working closely with other members of the team to streamline the campaign.
University of Glasgow, European Human Rights Project: Participant for UK Government. (September 2018- March 2019).
A group based Council of Europe esteemed course which replicates the experience of bringing or defending a case to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. The ‘chamber’ hearing consists of a moot in front of the London Supreme Court Justices before the grand chamber in Strasbourg. The course is entirely independent and students are responsible for researching, preparing and presenting written and oral submissions. The case is based on actual pending cases and domestic scenarios.
Aberdein Considine & Co: Dispute Resolution Student Placement. (August 2018)
Intern position within the dispute resolution department as a research assistant on points of law relating to current cases, including CVAs and administration procedure. Also, worked in professional negligence in the context of borrower insolvency for lender clients. Proof read prospectuses, gained an insight into judicial procedure and completed file reviews for court.
PrivateFly: In House Counsel. (July 2018- August 2018)
Worked in conjugation with the company solicitors to oversee the company’s legal overhaul. Drafted contracts regulating the UK/US parent/subsidiary relationship, reviewed intercompany financial loan documentation and data processing agreements and implemented companywide compliance with recent data protection regulations. I developed precise analysis and drafting skills to regulate a niche company model.
CACIT, (Collectif des Associations Contre l'Impunité au Togo): Legal Intern. (June 2017- July 2017)
CACIT is a NGO in Lomé which works to prevent corruption and impunity within the legal system. I conducted research on the justice system, constructed legal action to human rights violations being pursued by CACIT, and wrote articles detailing democratic progress in Togo. All work was conducted in French.
Selective Personnel, Glasgow: Bar Assistant. (September 2016- Current).
Work as a bar assistant alongside my studies at various venues across Glasgow, enabling me to develop time management skills and adaptable decision making to solve customer issues while working within a synergistic team environment.
Appin Equestrian Centre, East Lothian: Supervisor. (June 2014- August 2015).
This involved managing large groups of young people/adults and possessing a large amount of responsibility for training horses and introducing new clientele to the business.
University of Glasgow Law Review, Glasgow: Deputy Editor. (September 2019- Current)
As Deputy Editor, I play an active role in the administration of the Law Review, overseeing the editing process and production of this year’s journal as well as running other committee projects throughout the year.
International Team, Glasgow: French Convenor. (September 2018 – May 2019)
Representing the law school in promoting short/ long term mobility and law with languages. I worked to improve integration between British and international students and led French conversation classes.
ELSA (European Law Student Association) UK: Member. (May 2018 – May 2019)
I am an active member of the European Law Student Association, and was selected for a short term mobility opportunity in Nicosia in June 2018, specialising in European Competition Law.
University of Glasgow Law Society, Glasgow: Honorary Secretary. (May 2018- May 2019).
Responsibilities include organising institution affiliation, firm sponsorship, executive decision making and general organisational roles including overseeing sub societies and event organisation. I liaised with firms to organise academic and career events throughout the year.
MRT (Muirfield Riding Therapy), East Lothian: Volunteer. (October 2012- Current).
Organisation which provides equine therapy to children with mental or physical disabilities. My role included helping with lessons, working closely with the children and their families, as well as ensuring equine health and safety.
Achievements and Interests
DUX Medal Winner 2015- an academic medal awarded to the student achieving the top Higher grades in the school.
Advanced Higher English prize- best grade in the year for Advanced Higher English.
Higher Geography – best grade in the year for Higher Geography.
Published in the University of Glasgow Law Review – for essay entitled ‘The Investigatory Powers Tribunal and the European Convention on Human Rights – Rationalising a Law unto Itself?’
Glasgow Global Gold Award – gold level award which gives recognition to the most internationally minded students at university.
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