I graduated from the University of Exeter with a 1st class honours degree in Law in June 2016 and am currently working in a temporary job while I decide whether or not to pursue a legal career. I am interested in providing some tutoring partly as a means to keep the legal knowledge gained at university fresh in my mind (I am not working in a legal job currently) but also would be happy to help others in what can be demanding subject.
I have had no formal tutoring experience but I find that I often was able to explain complex legal concepts to friends also doing law at university in a manner which enabled them to understand clearly. I also competed in various 'mooting' events for the University at a national level with reasonable levels of success, so would say that I am accomplished at verbally presenting legal points and arguments. My mooting experience would also allow me to offer some tutoring support in this area as well if required.
As already mentioned, I have not tutored formally before, however when helping friends at university, I would try to break the concept being 'taught' down as simply as possible, often making use of visual depictions (on a white board etc). I found this approach was best for conveying what it was I was trying to explain.
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (evenings)|
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|University of Exeter||2016||Bachelors||1st Class LLB Law|
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