I am available to teach Law to students at undergraduate or postgraduate university level, diploma, GDL, and secondary school (GCSE/A-level). I teach all the core LL.
My teaching method is, naturally, heavily dependent on the student.
I am currently doing my LLM in Human Rights, Conflicts and Justice from SOAS and i am giving weekly lessons to undergraduate students of law in Public Law, Company Law and International Protection of Human Rights. I firmly believe in the Right to Question, so i encourage all sorts of questions and debates during the session. After all its the best thing about studying Law.
I am a Doctor of Law and have been teaching/tutoring since 2005 at SOAS and University of London. I am passionate about empowering my students with the knowledge, skills set and intellectual curiosity for the subjects I tutor on. I tutor students on the MSc/MBA Finance and Financial Law, BSc and Professional subjects.
I am a coach with Archery GB and an undergraduate student of Laws. I offer lessons at any level from Primary up to Degree level in select subjects. I am DBS Checked and have a Child protection qualification from the NSPCC. I aim to aid in a student's understanding of their subject through one-on-one tuition and consolidating homework.
I love to interact with my students academically thus ensuring that each and every student gets my undivided attention. My technique ensure that none of my students is left behind in terms of grasping the concept at hand. .I also love giving a Continuous Assessment Test after the end of every topic to gauge the level of understanding in that particular field. .
I will provide a patient, friendly and supportive learning experience, that will enable you to develop both your understanding of the topics you are studying and your self-confidence as a budding lawyer. Tutoring sessions can be designed and planned to meet each learner's specific needs.
I feel that studying law is best approached from a simple starting point. Once the basics are understood, it is easier to move forward in bite size chunks, gradually increasing the complexity of the material. It can be hugely daunting when studying law to have a case judgement in front of you spanning a few hundred pages.
Delivering lectures to groups of students and using advanced teaching techniques to inspire and motivate them for higher level qualifications and then employment Being aware of curriculum developments and industry developments. Ability to maintain high standards of achievement, behavior, discipline and punctuality amongst students. Knowledge of health and safety issues.
I was a previous member of the Peer Assisted Learning Scheme. My teaching method is majorly aimed at my individual students as that is the whole point in the lessons. My teaching style cannot be defined as one style as I easily adapt to an individuals needs.
During the course of the past year, University of London has taught me that we must critically evaluate everything and that there is always two sides to a story. This approach is something what I have adopted and is always reflective in my teaching method.
I have found that adopting a highly flexible teaching methodology which allows students to take themselves through the work plan ensures a high level of understanding and confident grasp of the subject suitable for students from GCSE up to Degree level.
My teaching is skills focused. I'm a master explainer. From the outset, I ensure that students understand the big picture of the course. With the foundation in place, we can build up the knowledge and application to achieve academic success.
I ensure that my lessons are flexible and dynamic, intending to maintain relevance, and spark the interests of my pupils. I am comfortable tutoring students up to undergraduate level, and enjoy using my skills to develop essay writing technique, to contextualise and critically assess the efficiency of law.
I am a Cambridge educated law graduate with 10 years of work experience. I teach all core LL.B courses as well as LL.M course. Can help with assignments, dissertations and essays. My tutorials are bespoke and target each students' individual needs.
My teaching method is looking at problems logically, breaking down what certain essay/problem queations require and helping you plan a structure. I also give good tips on how to write a good legal question that is concise and sticks to the point, an important skill for law essays. I also give useful structures for case briefs, making them easier to remember, understand and apply when necessary.
I like to tailor my lessons to the pupil's individual needs and interest. I am a strong advocate for encouraging critical thinking in pupils as I believe this allows them to formulate and substantiate their own opinions.
An LLM graduate undertaking the LPC program with well founded knowledge in Law. I specialise in International law related Modules and this include amongst others Human Rights, Investment Law, Economic Law. There is definite passion for teaching and I possess spokesman ship skills and find myself teaching both in voluntary and involuntary situations. My structure depends on the question.
Hello there! I am merely a couple of months away from embarking on my final year of studying Law with Criminology at the wonderful University of Surrey. I have always been very passionate about English and studied English Literature and Language at A Levels. Although I no longer study English specifically, I spend a lot of time reading books, articles and journals online.
I am fortunate to have had, and currently have, fantastic law teachers who I take my teaching inspiration from. I believe in first breaking down the topic into its core elements, explaining each element thoroughly, and then putting the elements back together.
I like to keep my classes simple and straightforward and I like to give lots of real-life examples which help grasp concepts better. If you're looking to study the subject and have fun with it at the same time.
I base my teaching on understanding. My only interest is that the student understands my tutoring. I carry each lesson with the highest level of professionalism. Unless instructed otherwise, I cover lesson after lesson, in a manner that connects one lesson with the next. I am calm, understanding, open to criticism and opinions and ready to take on any challenge.
My teaching methodology is to look at the lecture notes first, and then to understand what either the exam or coursework is asking. I then look to research the answer using a wide range of sources, to plan a comprehensive answer whilst explaining this to the student.
Each lesson you will have clear aims and objective, this will give us a direction and expectation throughout the lesson. You will have many opportunities to ask questions, practise and apply the knowledge you have learnt. You don't gain much knowledge just reading, so I will make the lesson as interactive as possible, so you can not only memorise but you will remember =.
I intend to base my classes on the understanding of the law and on its application to academic type situations. In order to do so, I will first evaluate how far the student understands the main principles and give further explanations and by doing exercises.
My teaching methods are uniquly based on my clients prefered learning menthods. I always have a lesson structure in place and often employ unique techiques to allow my client the best learning expierance. I avoid jargons and strip everything to its bare bones and then teach students how to critically analyse and achieve the best marks.
Online only. I teach by breaking a subject into topics, examining each individually and showing the connection as the course progresses. I expect students to engage and do preparatory work. This is the only way for them to master the subject matter successfully.
As mentioned earlier, my specialist subject is law. The reason I have specialised in law as opposed to sociology (which was my first degree), is simply because law is all encompassing. The dynamism and intricacies encountered in law is second to no other sphere of human endeavour.
I am a 3rd year undergraduate law student in Bristol. I teach secondary school pupils but can also provide assistance to to undergraduates or GDL students on certain subjects (Criminal, Contract, Tort, Public, Land, Equity & Trusts, and EU law). My methods are varied depending on the student - I will only teach in a way the student likes and is comfortable doing.
My teaching method involves finding the best way to help students retain information, whether that be through visual imagery, creating stories, using mind maps or simply using flash cards etc. to remember facts.
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