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I have a PhD from the University of Glasgow. My research is interdisciplinary and is focused on how jurors participate in criminal trials. As well as teaching and tutoring I work as a writer and researcher developing my research interest into embodied forms such as workbooks and a theatre play, JURY PLAY. I have a rich experience in life having previously worked for 10 years in the music business as a classical clarinet player. I have travelled extensively and have lived and worked as a teacher in Singapore. I have worked for several years tutoring one-to-one at Scottish universities where I have supported students throughout their university years. I am a relaxed personality and I believe that where dialogue is enabled between teacher and student a critical awareness of the subject can be achieved. I believe in encouraging each student to discover their best self in their educational journey.

Tutoring Experience

I have a great deal of teaching experience which covers all age ranges and abilities. When working in Singapore I worked as a teacher of children aged 5-12 at the Julia Gabriel Speech and Drama centre as well as developing the music course at the sister pre-school, Chiltern House where I worked with younger children aged between 3 and 4 years. In Scotland I have worked as a tutor and lecturer at the University of Glasgow Law School teaching criminal law and evidence to first year LLB students; at Strathclyde University I have been the course coordinator for contract law and a tutor for criminal law, evidence and criminology, each course was for LLB and LLB hons students. I was the course coordinator for criminal law and family law at the University of the West of Scotland and I have worked as a tutor at Glasgow Caledonian University in Glasgow.

Tutoring Approach

I believe that each person has the ability to grow and become empowered through education. I have a relaxed and critical approach to tutoring. I believe that people are able to develop their own skills and potential when dialogue is established. I see my part as the tutor as key in encouraging the student to develop their best self. I have experience working with a diversity of people and I know that through developing a space where a person believes in them-self a positive attitude to achieving the best results is possible. I am a very patient and versatile character and I am unafraid of adapting my style to suit the needs of my students.

LanguagesEnglish (British)
AvailabilityWeekdays (all times)
References Available On File


University of Glasgow2013DoctoratePhD
Strathclyde University2001BachelorsLLB (hons)
Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama1991BachelorsBA (hons)

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