I will generally begin with a short assessment to enable me to assess where the student is in terms of their current knowledge. I will then address the fundamentals to ensure they are of a passing standard and then build upon that progress little by little. A recent student began at an E grade (a level) and progressed to a B grade within 4 months. She has an unconditional offer to study law at a very good UK University.
I am an Associate Lecturer in Law and a Practicing County Court Advocate. I offer private tuition at competitive rates in all core areas of legal study, as well as many specialist options.
My students generally receive marks in top grade boundaries.
A level: £17.00 per hour
Undergraduate/GDL/Casual Learner: £20.00 per hour
Proof Reading: £20.00 per 1000 words.
PHILIP GORDON COWBURN
Ongoing Master of Laws & Bar Professional Training Course ¦ Nottingham Law School, NTU.
Masters Element: The Law in Practice: County Court Advocacy.
Electives: Advanced Criminal Litigation & Judicial Review.
2019 Advanced County Court Advocacy Certification ¦ Ashley Taylor’s Legal Limited.
Small Claims Qualified (Debt, Parking, Breach of Contract, CRA 2015, etc).
2015 - 2018 Bachelor of Laws in Law ¦ Derby Law School, UoD.
First Class Honours
Dissertation: Governor and Director led Prison Adjudications in England and Wales.
Electives: Coroner’s Court (81); Dissertation (75); Domestic Abuse (80); Employment (70); Mental Health (78).
2013 – 2015 A-levels ¦ Runshaw College
Psychology (B), Sociology (C), Law (C)
AS in English Language and Literature at grade C.
2008 – 2013 GCSEs ¦ Leyland St. Mary’s Catholic Technology College
11 GCSEs Graded C and Above, Including Maths, English and Sciences.
Middle Temple; Criminal Bar Association; Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers; International Bar Association; Young Legal Aid Lawyers, Centre for Crime and Justice Studies.
LEGAL EXPERIENCE (Previous 2 years)
2018 - Present Associate Lecturer in Law ¦ DeMontfort University, Leicester
Teaching Responsibility: Inter-Professional Legal Skills (Joint).
University Responsibility: DeMontfort Law School Mooting Projects (Joint).
2018 – Present Advanced County Court Advocate ¦ Ashley Taylors Legal Limited
Attendance at County Court Centres Nationally.
Responsible for management of own case load, including; Small Claims Trials, Landlord & Tennant, Infant Settlement, Charging Orders, Injunctions, Return of Goods & Mortgage Repossessions.
2018 – Present Founder & Managing Advocate ¦ PGC Advocacy
Setting up a provision of advocates trained to act before university and student union panels in disciplinary and fitness to practise hearings.
Consultancy Services for Student Union Officer Trustees.
2017 – Present Marshalling and Mini-Pupillages ¦ Various
Judicial Marshal to HHJ Avik Mukherjee – Birmingham Crown Court
Personal Mini-Pupil to Jo Sidhu QC – 25 Bedford Row
Mini-Pupil to Ropewalk Chambers
Mini-Pupil to No5 Chambers (Birmingham)
*In totality, these experiences covered a variety of Criminal, Civil and Family Law. I was involved in case strategy and evidence evaluation throughout each experience.
OTHER EXPERIENCE (Previous 5 Years)
2018 - Present Head Residence Assistant ¦ Nottingham Trent University
Management of 55 individuals across 13 halls of residence.
Responsible for Initial Critical Incident Management and Response.
Policy Author (Code of Conduct, Disciplinary Procedures, Safeguarding)
2016 – 2018 Residential Assistant / Returning RA ¦ University of Derby
Management of Halls Estate in Unsociable Hours.
1st Responder / Initial Incident Commander.
Responsible for staff training.
2015 – 2016 Residential Accommodation Assistant ¦ Fresh Student Living Limited
2013 - 2015 Radio Dispatch Operator ¦ Leyland Taxi Services Limited
Responsible for coordination of 2 telephonists and 40+ hackney and private hire operators.
Complaint Handling & Resolution Implementation.
VOLUNTARY EXPERIENCE (Previous 5 years)
2017 - Present Justice of the Peace for England and Wales ¦ HM Judiciary
Full Criminal Competency (Winger).
Full Civil Competency (Winger).
Additional Ticket for Search Warrants (Single Justice).
2016 – 2018 Chairman ¦ Union Societies Council, Derby US.
Responsible for management of 6-person council and in excess of 60 student led societies.
2016 - 2018 Master of Moots ¦ University of Derby Law School
Responsible for all external mooting competitions.
2016 - 2018 Committee ¦ University of Derby Law Society
President & Trustee (2017-2018)
Mooting Officer (2016 – 2017)
2013 - 2015 Chaplaincy Department Assistant ¦ St. Mary’s Catholic High School
Responsible for Student Welfare and Student Volunteering.
2013 – 2015 Governor ¦ Runshaw College Corporation
Democratically elected to represent c.5,000 students (GCSE – Undergraduate)
ACHIEVEMENTS (Previous 3yrs)
2018 Winner (DLS/NTU Annual Moot), Recipient (Alpheus J. Rowbotham Prize – first dual recipient).
2017 Winner (UK Supreme Court Moot), Top 16 (ESU / Essex Court Chambers National Mooting Competition).
2016 Recipient (Alpheus J. Rowbotham Prize), Winner (Derby University Moot).
Having known Philip for around 3 years and studied with him during this time I can say his grasp of most areas in common law at LLB is outstanding. Combined with his professional experience he can give insights into the practical application of the paper law.
Philip has been my friend and colleague for many years. He has a real passion and talent for the law. He devotes his every effort to the tasks he undertakes.
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