Ultimately, I expect to gauge what level the student is currently at, help them to understand how they best learn, and focus on this to help them revise previous content and then teach them the newer material in order to assist their academic development.
I am friendly and approachable, no question is a silly question!
To conclude, I have a current CRB check working at a local high school.
An enthusiastic law graduate with a mature demeanour, currently undertaking the legal practice course and MSc in Law, Business & Management part-time in Leeds. Having diversified from the traditional legal routes by journeying into the insolvency industry as a case administrator.
The interface between law and business that this industry provides has driven my passion to progress, with the ambition of becoming a registered insolvency practitioner.
I have worked extremely hard to get where I am academically, and I would love the opportunity to help others achieve the same.
Rates vary depending on travel distance required to the students place of study
Education & qualifications
2014-2017: University of Hull - LLB - 2:1 (transcript can be provided)
2010-2012: Wilberforce Sixth Form College - A levels - Law, Psychology, Communication & Culture -
2005-2010: Withernsea High School - GCSE/BTEC - 10 A*-C
Legal work experience
2016-present: University of Hull Law Clinic, Student Legal advisor. Provide pro-bono legal advice to the
- Problem solving skills - evaluate and analyse client issues, coupled with lateral thinking and
persistence to adequately advise.
- Communication - oral and written. Face to face interview with client, adequately gauging their
responses to ensure accurate advice. Also developed excellent letter writing skills, maintaining
high professional standards of the Clinic.
October 2016: Wilberforce Chambers, Hull, Criminal Law Mini Pupillage. Shadowed barristers during
numerous court appearances, familiarised with case files and attended meetings.
August 2016: Ingram’s Solicitors, Hessle, Conveyancing work placement. Assisted the property
department with admin, applying my knowledge of relevant forms gained from the previous
conveyancing placement at Jaycon Solicitors, Hull, where I assisted the property department with
administrative tasks and familiarised myself with their computer systems.
June 2016: Myton Law, Hull, Departmental work placement. Assisted with an employment contract and
attended meetings. Assisted with Shipping Law department and attended a client's interview under
caution with the MCA.
July 2015: Henry Hyams, Leeds, Departmental work placement. Assisted various departments with
admin and research. Attended meetings with clients and shadowed fee earner during court hearings.
2012: Stamp Jackson & Procter, Hull, Departmental work placement - created and drafted client
statements, drafted wills, letters of claim and other admin & research tasks. Also, John Robinson & co,
Hull, Criminal work placement - shadowed fee earners in all aspects of criminal defence, including
visiting the police station observing the role of duty solicitors, and attended court.
February 2018 - present: Kingsbridge Corporate Solutions, Hull, Assistant Case Administrator.
- Assist with all stages of insolvency, including completion of statutory documents, client
interaction and cashiering.
October 2014-present: Screwfix plc, Hull, Retail Service Assistant.
- Customer service - friendly and approachable employee with frequent customer facing tasks.
Work towards store targets in a professional and timely manner.
- Work under pressure - Ability to communicate and reason with frustrated customers by being
polite and using initiative.
January-October 2014: Max & Ellie’s, Hull, Warehouse Operative.
- Teamwork - operated smoothly and efficiently to ensure customer orders were picked, packed
and dispatched on time.
March 2012-February 2013: Topiary Cof ee Shop, Woodmansey, Restaurant Team Member.
- Multitask - As a busy establishment it was crucial that I developed this skill. I had waitressing
duties, cleaning & tidying and front of house roles.
Achievements & volunteering
Career Officer - provide career guidance to the university law students.
- Communication - created professional contacts and maintained those in arranging them to host
workshops and presentations at Hull University.
- Persistence and determination - received frequent rejection and non-replies so had to ensure this
did not discourage me from continuing this new role.
Negotiation Competition semi-finalists - worked with a partner and communicated with the opposition
to negotiate a mutually satisfactory agreement for our clients.
Course Representative - Attended staff-student committee meetings to provide student feedback to
academics which hugely developed my confidence.
HUSSO - university student led volunteering organisation; worked with adults with learning disabilities.
- Patience and understanding - Often difficult but rewarding role. Due to the nature of the
participants conditions they require much more care and attention.
- Initiative and creativity - also developed as we needed to distract the participant if they were
causing a commotion.
May 2014: Westlaw Basic Certification
May 2015: Lexis Nexis Research Certificate
March 2016 (updated 2017): BPP Professional Skills and Commercial Awareness Certificate
June 2017: Civic and Social Responsibility Employability Award- Hull University
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