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Law is a challenging subject often reserved for the very best students with the best exam results. It also leads to some very promising and lucrative lines of work. If you're interested in studying law, let's take a look at why you should, the challenges that law students tend to face, what you can learn about law while you're still at school, and how private law tutors can help.

Reasons to Study Law

As we've already mentioned, law is a field that offers a lot of choice in terms of work. Those with a law degree can consider working as an arbitrator, barrister, barrister's clerk, detective, legal secretary, conveyancer, solicitor, or paralegal. They can also work in related fields outside of law like insurance, government administration, business, banking and finance, or accountancy.

Law's also great for employability and a lot of law graduates find work quite quickly. Nearly two-thirds of law graduates go straight into work with the average salary around £20k rising to £35k with several years of experience.

Challenges in Law

Given how useful a law degree can be, the field is also highly competitive. A lot of students would love to study law, but the entry requirements for universities are often quite strict with the average offer needing ABB at A Level.

However, most universities won't ask for an A Level in law as it's not widely taught and usually, a law degree will teach you everything you need to know about the subject. Some universities also don't accept A Levels in subjects like art, photography, dance, or PE for students wanting to study law.

Law at university is also really demanding and students will be expected to spend a lot of time studying and reading. If you want to study law, you might want to get used to being in the library.

The competitiveness in law doesn't stop at university, either. While employability is good, the best jobs go quickly and even while you're still learning about the subject or working on your dissertation in your final year of university, you'll want to be applying to graduate schemes and jobs.

Studying Law at School

As you've seen, you don't need an A Level in law to go onto a university degree course. This is down to the fact that law isn't a subject that's commonly taught in secondary schools, sixth forms, or colleges.

Students can study a GCSE in law, but this course isn't widely available. If they attend a school where it's available and they've already shown an interest in law, it's a good idea to take the GSCE to see if they like the subject. On the other hand, if the course isn't available, they'll still be able to study law at university if they have the right A Level results.

A Level law is more common than GCSE Law, but it's still not the most popular course as it's not a requirement for a law degree and most, if not all, of what you need to learn about law can be taught during the degree. Again, if you're interested in the subject and looking to test the waters, it's a good idea to take the A Level and see whether or not studying law is the right subject for you.

Private Law Tuition

Anyone wanting help with their studies in law or just looking to learn about law should consider private tutoring. A private tutor can help by tailoring the teaching experience to the student to ensure they get the most out of every lesson.

Teachers at school have to teach a lot of students and they're rarely given the time or resources they need to do this effectively. They have to play a numbers game and try to plan courses that work for the largest number of students, meaning that some students won't be getting the most out of their lessons.

Private tutoring can help professionals, too. They can work with private law tutors to specialise, brush up on a legal field, or learn new skills.

Finding a Law Tutor in Bradford

If you're looking for law tutors in Bradford, Leeds, or around West Yorkshire, search for them on the Superprof website. There are plenty of tutors in a wide variety of subjects available across the country and around the world.

There are different types of tutors and tutoring available so when you search for a tutor, you need to think carefully about their profile, the type of tutoring they offer, and how you like to learn.

Face-to-face tutoring is just between the student and the tutor and will allow tutors to completely tailor their lessons to the student. These types of lessons tend to cost more, but they also tend to be the most cost-effective since every minute of every hour is spent helping the student with their learning.

For those on a budget, group tutoring is a great option. You can share the cost of the tutor's time with a group of work colleagues or classmates and while you won't have the tutor all to yourself, some students learn very effectively in small groups and from their peers.

If you can't find any suitable tutors in Bradford or Leeds, you can always broaden your search to include online tutors. As long as you have a webcam and a decent internet connection, you can enjoy private law tuition from tutors all over the world. As they don't have to travel and can schedule more lessons each week, an online lesson will cost less on average than face-to-face tuition.

While online tuition isn't ideal for hands-on subjects, it can be just as effective as face-to-face tutoring when it comes to academic subjects like English, maths, science, and law.

When you search for private tutors, take the time to view each tutor's profile, read the reviews left by their other students, and check to see if they offer the first lesson for free. If they do, you can use these free sessions to try out several tutors to see which one is best for you, your budget, and how you like to learn.

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💰 What is the average price of Law General lessons?

The average price of Law General  lessons is £19.

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  • the duration and frequency of your lessons

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💡 Why take Law General lessons?

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💻 Can you learn Law General online?

On Superprof, many of our Law General tutors offer online tuition.

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6 tutors are currently available to give Law General lessons near you.

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✒️ How are our Law General tutors rated?

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