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Private Law Teachers in England

First Tutors can enable you to find the right private law teacher in England to enhance your child's education, or if you are an adult learner, your own education. Private law tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence, knowledge (and grades). Please use our service to search for local law teachers near you (anywhere in England) and choose the one who fits your needs.

Meet some of our England Law Tutors

Andrew

Andrew

Westminster
English, Latin, Greek (Ancient), Law, Entrance Exams, Classical Civilisation
Masters: LLM Law (2016)
mini-pupillages and placements in law centres. English Literature: Topics I have taught recently include: Poetry - All poems included in the Anthologies for AQA GCSE: Power and Conflict, and Love and Relationships; EdExcel iGCSE Anthology Plays - Shakespeare (in particular: Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, Twelfth Night, Much Ado About Nothing, Taming of the Shrew, Othello, The Winter's Tale) The History Boys, An Inspector Calls. Books - Victorian Literature (in particular: Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, Jekyll...
Armand

Armand

Bachelors: Bachelor of Laws with Honours First Class (2012)
Land Law; Equity and Trust; Public Law; Legal System and Method; Tort Law; Contract Law; Criminal Law; European Law and Intellectual Property Law. He has also assisted many students overcome examination nerves and achieve desired results by teaching examination techniques, problems solving and essay writing. Armand has been lecturing law for more than 4 years and has helped many undergraduates and postgraduates achieve their potential and higher grades. Unfortunately I will not take you on...
Louise

Louise

Market Drayton
English, History, Business Related, Government and Politics, Law, Classical Civilisation
Masters: Law (50,000 dissertation) (1994)
the successes in previous years. 2017 English GCSE results (all English students had dyslexia… ) IGCSE English Lang 95% A*-A English Lit 80% A*-A) New grade GCSE Lang and Lit 50% 9-6 ( this reflects the fact that the new graded GCSEs especially Lit are more challenging to dyslexic students) however 100% passed. IGCSE history 100% A*-A. When not tutoring, I lecture part-time for the OU in law and support a tutor group of 20...
Peju

Peju

Masters: International Studies and Diplomacy (1999)
I recently set up a blog to inspire women on various aspects of life and well being. I have a Teaching qualification and have taught English and ESOL in Further Education Colleges across London. I also taught Writing and Comprehension in a Saturday School. I was the Student Representative for my Law class at university and acted as a liaison between the students and members of staff. I have tutored students in different classes and...
Adam

Adam

Masters: Legal Practice Course (postgraduate level) (2010)
to improve their knowledge, confidence and accuracy. I must have thousands of hours of experience tutoring. In the case of languages many of my customers plan to move abroad at some point in the future. Others regularly take holidays abroad or learn for fun. In the case of law, learners sometimes ask me for help with their studies generally or are panicking about upcoming exams. In the case of law I have helped a number...

Jo

Milton Keynes
Masters: English Language and Literature BA and MA (Oxford University); subsequently CPE and LPC in law (College of Law); MA with Qualified Teacher Status (Durham). (1994)
whom this summer sat three GCSE's at the age of l2, achieving A*'s. I also have an excellent track record as a tutor going back over more than a decade, helping students to achieve high grades in public exams, including entrance exams, and therefore to attend the school or university of their choice. I have a Master's degree in Education from Durham University and a BA/MA in English Language and Literature from Oxford University. I...
Lauren

Lauren

Colchester
Masters: Law (2015)
exam scores and moving up classroom levels, and developing their English language skills to suit a university environment. I have also been teaching General English, Academic English and IELTS courses to teenagers and adults at Colchester College since 2012. These courses are designed for students preparing to study specialised courses at university. I was contacted directly by Colchester College for this job, due to the success of my private tutoring. During a 2015 inspection from...
Alexander
student after many years in finance and have good, practical business experience. I am able to tutor in most humanities subjects but in particular, History, English and Law. I have successfully tutored in the past both mature students and those for whom English is not their first language. In my previous career I was frequently responsible for the training and development of new school leavers. As a mature student at university I mentored and helped...
Abi

Abi

Sutton Coldfield
Law
PGCE: Post graduate Certificate in Post compulsory Education (2006)
students tend to exceed expectations, with many achieving A- B grades in AS Law and A2 Law. I am also an examiner with many years experience with an exam board and I assess LAW01 (Law Making and The English Legal System) and also LAW03 ( Criminal Law). I also teach BTEC Applied Law and HND Law units. My approach to tutoring is 'a little at a time'. I believe in consistent and systematic learning so...
Rebecca

Rebecca

Masters: LLM Employment Law (2010)
the University of Leicester. I am also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. I have written several articles for a law journal. I have worked as a paralegal in practice and I have worked previously in industry and teaching/training roles. I have taught for the last 10 years and I am currently teaching on the LLB at the University of Hertfordshire. I have also taught AS/A2 law at a local further education college. I...

Regions: East Anglia, East Midlands, North East, North West, South East, South West, West Midlands

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Lowest Price England Law Tutors

  • Rhian

    Rhian
    Joined: 06/05/2016 | Av. Price: £11.25 p.h.
    English, Psychology, Law
    School: Extended Project Qualification (2014)

  • Philip

    Philip, Derby
    Joined: 04/05/2018 | Av. Price: £12.32 p.h.
    English, Psychology, Law, Citizenship, Sociology
    Bachelors: LL.B. (Hons) in Law PENDING (2018)

  • Lucy

    Lucy
    Joined: 29/11/2017 | Av. Price: £14.50 p.h.
    Psychology, Law
    College: A Level Law - A* (2017)

Fastest Responding England Law Tutors

  • Walter

    Walter, Tower Hamlets
    Joined: 17/01/2018 | Av. Price: £56.67 p.h.
    Law
    Bachelors: LLB (1981)

  • Robert

    Robert
    Joined: 12/04/2018 | Av. Price: £20.00 p.h.
    Law
    Bachelors: Law (LLB) - First Class Honours (2013)

  • Adam

    Adam, Fareham
    Joined: 26/10/2011 | Av. Price: £25.00 p.h.
    French, German, Italian, Spanish, Law
    Masters: Legal Practice Course (postgraduate level) (2010)

Highest Rated England Law Tutors

  • Andrew

    Andrew
    Joined: 20/01/2017 | Av. Price: £61.79 p.h.
    English, Latin, Greek (Ancient), Law, Entrance Exams, Classical Civilisation
    Masters: LLM Law (2016)

  • Armand

    Armand, London
    Joined: 03/06/2013 | Av. Price: £60.00 p.h.
    Law, Study Skills
    Bachelors: Bachelor of Laws with Honours First Class (2012)

  • Louise

    Louise
    Joined: 24/01/2013 | Av. Price: £45.00 p.h.
    English, History, Business Related, Government and Politics, Law, Classical Civilisation
    Masters: Law (50,000 dissertation) (1994)

Newest England Law Tutors

Featured England Law Tutors

Our search will list local law teachers (from England) in your local area by their law tuition charges and proximity to you. Before reaching an arrangement with a law teacher, you can ask specific questions securely via our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (e.g. AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before releasing your contact details. You can search for law tutors teaching at primary level, secondary level including GCSE, A-Level and even local law tutors for adult learning, further and higher education - anywhere in England! Finding help using a private law tutor (or using group law tuition) improves your chances of learning success and remembering what is being taught.

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