Workshops or seminars that combine knowledge dissemination and interactivity. Encourage students to participate in the sharing of ideas and developing critical analysis.
Overarching flexible approach depending upon the needs of the tutee e.g., how to structure answers to essay and problem questions, proofreading, and editing, amongst others.
Law LL.B. (Hons), LL.M. (with Distinction), Ph.D. (in progress)
Summary: Policy (Administrative) Assistant for a Member of Parliament (MP); Fellow at the 58th United Nations Graduate Study Programme 2020 (UN GSP); Project Manager at the Ardwick Advice Centre (AAC); Doctoral Candidate & Course Instructor at the University of Leeds, School of Law, specialising in Human Rights & Constitutional Law; Awarded Prestigious Teaching & Research Training Scholarship for Doctoral Studies (£60,000); Awarded HEFCE Postgraduate Support Scheme Scholarship for LL.M. Programme (£10,000); Development Manager for the 'Peace Education Programme' (PEP) at Minhaj-ul-Quran International (MQI); Former Legal (Administrative) Assistant at Survivors of Symphysiotomy (SoS) Group in Ireland (2009-2015); Former Managing Director at Golden Moment Ltd (2006-2012) & Co-author of 'Easy Money' (2008); Law LL.B. (Hons), LL.M. (with Distinction) from the University of Manchester.
Course Instructor University of Leeds, School of Law October 2016 – Present
• Assist in teaching core undergraduate modules to a third of the cohort, approximately 120 students, enrolled on the Law LL.B. programme. Modules include: “Constitutional and Administrative Law”, “Foundations of Law (Jurisprudence)” and “European Union Law”, amongst others.
• Involves delivering seminars to groups, typically comprising of 20 students, whereby the aim is to encourage individual and group discussion on a myriad of issues, ranging from the topical proposed repeal and replacement of the Human Rights Act 1998 with a distinctively ‘British Bill of Rights and Responsibilities’ to the constitutional impact of Brexit that will be in the public consciousness for many years to the legality of Governmental actions assessed by way of judicial review.
Last year I met Wayne when I interviewed him for a Justice Internship role in my Parliamentary office. Although Wayne was not offered the post, I was most impressed with his qualifications and expertise/experience in human rights, constitutional and international law.
Following his notable academic achievements, leading to his Masters of Law (LLM), I am aware that Wayne is presently a Law Doctoral Candidate and Course Instructor at the University of Leeds, School of Law and is also working as a Policy Assistant for my colleague Ms. Lucy Powell MP and as a Project Manager for the Ardwick Advice Centre.
I was also very impressed to learn that Wayne was a Legal Assistant as part of the Survivors of Symphysiotomy Group in Ireland. The subject matter being very close to home as his mother had sustained substantial and lifelong disabilities having undergone a childbirth operation in 1971. His experience with this issue led Wayne to pursue a law degree and specialise in human rights.
I feel that Wayne’s high achieving qualifications, his thirst for knowledge and experience and documented abilities will make him more than able to carry out the duties as a Law Tutor and I thoroughly recommend him to you.
Richard Burgon MP
Member of Parliament for Leeds East
Former Shadow Lord Chancellor and
Shadow Secretary of State for Justice
Wayne has been working with me as a Policy (Administrative) Assistant since January 2019. It has been a real pleasure having him as part of our team helping with general administration and in terms of policy casework.
From an academic (legal) perspective, Wayne has attained both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in law, specialising in human rights, constitutional and
international law. These have helped him practically in this role, particularly when responding to constituents on a range of issues, including human rights, justice, Parliamentary processes, and international peace and security, amongst others.
Feedback from colleagues in the office highlight Wayne to be very passionate and enthusiastic about the work he engages in. He is meticulously organised and takes great
care in dealing with multiple issues simultaneously.
Moreover, after conducting thorough research, he regularly contacts Government Ministers and Departments to
raise particularly meritorious cases and/or wider policy matters. These high-level policy discussions have the potential to positively affect not only millions of lives across Greater Manchester, but also across the whole of the United Kingdom.
Given that Wayne is a hard-working, well-motivated, honest and reliable gentleman with both exceptional legal qualifications and experience, I thoroughly recommend him.
Ms. Lucy Powell MP
Member of Parliament for Manchester Central
I have known Wayne Ramwell for more than nine years, and I wholeheartedly recommend him as a course instructor and/or tutor.
I had the pleasure to teach Wayne a wide range of modules in which he excelled. He obtained remarkable marks in the subjects which I taught him and his ideas, suggestions and comments were always stimulating. He was always gentle and kind to his colleagues and Wayne is one of those students who I was delighted to teach.
I kept in touch with Wayne throughout his postgraduate studies, in which he also excelled. In fact, he attained a Distinction at the LLM at the University of Manchester.
His extracurricular activities are simply impressive, including his position as a Policy Assistant for Ms. Lucy Powell MP and as an Academic Consultant for The Oxbridge Research Group (TORG), amongst many others. His energy and enthusiasm are commendable.
Wayne is a hard-working, well-motivated, honest and reliable gentleman with a keen interest in law, politics, and the international arena.
Dr. Javier Garcia Oliva
Senior Lecturer in Law
University of Manchester
I am a Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Manchester (United Kingdom). I write this reference for Wayne Ramwell.
I have known Wayne Ramwell for close to a decade, to be precise 9 years in my capacity as his Lecturer and Academic Advisor at the University of Manchester, School of Law where he pursued his Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree. Besides offering academic pastoral care, I taught him severally courses, namely Legal Systems & Methods, Human Rights, Jurisprudence (Legal Philosophy), Human Rights and International Law. Wayne was a diligent and committed student with excellent time management and research skills. He possesses effective written and oral communication skills. His assessment pieces were consistently well researched and presented. This is manifest in the fact that he graduated at the top 5% of his Class, with a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) with Upper Class Honours.
Wayne was an all-round student. Besides maintaining an active interest in scholarly pursuits, he was involved in a range of extra-curricular activities including student leadership. He also represented the University of Manchester at several Moot Court competitions. Only top students are selected. It is a competitive process. His deep and versatile intellect is manifest in the fact that subsequent to his undergraduate graduation, he attained a Master of Laws (LLM) degree with Distinction testimony of his deep and versatile intellect and a well-developed work ethic.
As a person Wayne has a very pleasant personality and disposition that makes him readily approachable and engaging. I enthusiastically recommend him.
Dr. Jackson Maogoto, FCCS
LLB (Hons)(Moi), LLM (Hons)(Cambridge), LLM (Sydney), PhD (Melbourne)
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