My teaching method has usually been face to face, but I am more than able to conduct sessions using online video calls. I have helped students in various ways ranging from: targeted skim reading; making effective and easy to remember case notes; making short and concise academic references from journal articles; teaching them various ways of critiquing legislation, case law, and academic articles; and I even provide students with the 'perfect' structural formula for solving problem questions and critically analysing essays.
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I have been giving private lessons in Law to many friends and fellow class mates since my second year at university. Specifically, I have taught 5 different students, in a total of 8 law modules (I have had repeat visitations). I have helped these people raise their grades up to high 2:1s to mid first class answers. See my CV for my background and specific grades and rest assured that I can easily tutor you on all law modules listed.
London School of Economics: LLM Law, Pass with Distinction Predicted (2018-2019)
Not yet sat.
University of Liverpool: LLB (Hons) Law, First Class Predicted (2015-2018):
• Year 3 (Semester 1): Company Law (64%), Commercial Law (77%), Employment Law (68%), International Investment Law (77%).
• Year 2 (Ranked in top 4.62%): Law of the European Union I (65%), Law of the European Union II (73%), Law of Tort (69%), Law and Social Justice (78%), Law of Land (68%), Equity and Trusts (78%).
• Year 1 (Ranked in top 9.8%): Contract Law (72%), Pubic Law I (70%), Pubic Law II (72%), English Legal Systems and Legal Skills (71%), The Legal System in Practice (66%), Criminal Law (60%).
Liverpool International College: Certificate in Law and Business (2014-2015):
• Foundation Certificate: Legal Principles and Systems (80%), The Individual, State, and Society (72%), Social Sciences (74%), Statistics: (84%), Study Skills (70%).
Sociology (B), Applied Sciences (Distinction), Sports Sciences (Distinction*).
11 A* - C.
Weightmans LLP– (June 2017):
• Corporate and Motor Claims Departments-
I sat alongside the Corporate team and the Motor Claims team. I worked on various cases ranging from researching the CPR regarding to personal injury claims, to researching the JC Guidelines on the award of damages for successful personal injury claims, to researching a company director’s duties using the Companies Act 2006. I was assigned many written tasks ranging from drafting client response letters to making case notes.
Citizens Advice Bureau (2016) + Law Clinic (2016 – Ongoing):
• Gateway Assessor + Arabic Interpreter/Translator-
I worked on numerous cases ranging from: advising clients seeking housing and debt advice, to advising clients as to their benefit entitlements, to advising indebted clients in dealing with their creditors, to advising stateless clients who were persecuted by their state, to advising clients seeking asylum and refuge after escaping from their war-torn countries or after having suffered from human trafficking. My duties ranged from interpreting dialogue and translating documents, to making case notes. I am proud of my work and the Law Clinic has presented me with an award for my commitment and dedication.
‘Kind’ Charity Volunteer (2013) + Sports Coach (2016):
I volunteered at my local charity ‘Kind’ during the summer holiday. I was responsible for looking after a group of 6 children from under-privileged backgrounds. My duty was to keep them active and engaged in group-oriented exercises. Similarly, I am currently a part-time coach at Next Generation MMA where I have been entrusted to teach one of the children’s classes. This is due to my six years of training at this gym.
Societies (2015 – Ongoing):
• Advocacy, Debating, Law Review, Legal Research, and Solicitors Societies-
I am currently a committee member of the ‘Solicitors Society’ and an editor at the ‘Law Review’. My duties have ranged from attending meetings, to organising future events, to sitting in as part of a Q&A panel where I give first-years advice about writing vacation scheme applications, to reviewing papers submitted for publication in the university editorial.
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