I provide expert law tuition to student's enrolled on the University of London's International LL.B Honours course across the globe using the latest social media platforms. The academic direction of the LLB is provided by a consortium of outstanding University of London Law Schools: Birkbeck, King's, LSE, Queen Mary, SOAS and UCL. I also provides high quality private law tuition for LPC students studying the following modules: Business Law & Practice, Property Law & Practice, Civil & Criminal Litigation, Advocacy, Interviewing & Advising, Professional Conduct, Debt Finance & Banking, Private Acquisitions and Public Companies & Capital Markets. He is always keen to help students in pursuit of academic excellence and spends as much time as is required to be sure his tutees are in the best possible position when it comes to their academic pursuits.
I possesses over seven years of private law tutoring experience. He has successfully completed an LL.M in Corporate Law at University College London (UCL). Usman has been awarded a distinction in Company law from the University of London and conducted extensive research in the corporate law field as part of his LL.M dissertation at UCL for which he has also been awarded a distinction. During his time at UCL he specialised in Legal Aspects of International Finance, International and Commercial Trusts Law, International and Comparative Secured Transactions and Cross-Border Mergers & Acquisitions. Usman also participated in and completed the UCL Student Mentoring Scheme and the UCL Programme for Law Teachers respectively.
I possess an interactive approach to private law tutoring. In my opinion critical thinking can be developed in students by assessing their competence through discussions of different legal issues. Furthermore; academic merit can be nurtured by giving students assignments and coursework to test their analytical ability. I believe it is my unique ability to breakdown technical legal concepts and simplify works written in a rigorous intellectual mould that sets me apart from other law tutors. My objective is to make students think outside the box by developing their lateral thinking skills. As Professor John Finnis argues that as lawyers we analyse words like rules, being legal or illegal, valid or invalid, but for a jurist words have different shades of meaning. Hence a jurisprudential reflection on a subject matter requires going above and beyond what is prima facie the case so as to enquire into the rationale embodied in a rule. Therefore I always encourage my students to read any legal subject in purview of the bigger picture as this contextualised approach not only gives them confidence in the exams but also helps them form pungent criticisms of their own.
|Languages||English (American), Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu|
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|University College London||2013||Masters||LL.M in Corporate Law 2012-13|
|Nottingham Law School||2012||Professional||Legal Practice Course|
|University of London||2011||Bachelors||LL.B Honours 2.1|