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I studied law at Cambridge University under the Evan Lewis-Thomas Law Scholarship, and have received 13 other academic scholarships/prizes during my education. After completing the BPTC, I worked for the Law Commission as a research assistant in the public law team not the reform of an area of mental health law. Then I worked for a few months as a para-legal in an environmental law firm and I will shortly finish a stagier placement at the EFTA Court in Luxembourg. In October I start pupillage at Francis Taylor Building, a leading barrister's chambers specialising in public law.
I have tutored law students for the past seven years on subjects in the compulsory law curriculum and optional modules as well. And I have also tutored students taking the compulsory modules in the BPTC, as well as the GDL. But my first experience teaching was over nine years ago, when I taught at The Red Balloon Learner Centre, based in Cambridge. I have been a teacher ever since.
Having determined what content and skills need to be taught to the student, I tailor my approach to their needs. I have taught a range of students in the past, from students preferring to discuss topics in a relaxed environment to students preferring to be lectured, and many in between. And in the past I have given single lessons focused on specific assignments and weekly lessons designed to guide students through an entire curriculum. I am happy to be flexible and have experience choosing which approach and format is appropriate.
I am competent to teach any of the compulsory modules on the BPTC course, as well as judicial review and property and chancery (the two optional modules I studied at BPP Law School). I would be a particularly good teacher for advocacy, having competed in numerous mooting competitions, including winning on my ground of appeal in a moot in the Supreme Court.
I feel confident that I can teach anyone to a first class standard in any of the subjects I received a first class mark for in my undergraduate degree or which I specialised in for my masters.
First class marks in my undergraduate degree:
Contract Law, Public Law, Land Law, Company Law, International Law, IP Law, European Law, Jurisprudence, Equity and Trusts, Employment Law, Mental Health Law
Master of Laws:
Commercial Equity, The Law of Restitution, Civil Liberties & Human Rights and Corporate Insolvency
In addition to tutoring, I can offer assistance with other matters, such as case reading, essays, exams, oral advocacy and job applications.
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