Interaction, debate and discussion. Law and the other subjects I teach, are by their very nature, contentious. It is essential to understand the debates inherent in the subject. I believe that with discussion and interaction even the most difficult areas of subjects become understandable. I approach private tuition by confronting the debates and flexibility of perspectives in subjects, allowing students to assess and understand material, perceiving the strongest line of argument.
I have been tutoring for over two years, working with both individual students and groups of students. My students have ranged from sixth formers to postgraduates. I have taught both face to face and online tuition for a range of clients, including; the University of Oxford, Law summer schools run by international law firms and top private tuition agencies in the UK. My primary area of focus is Law, a vast and expansive subject that allows for tutoring at all levels of education. I have extensive experience in tutoring all the subjects I offer. I have also led sessions to 30+ students for the University of Oxford in the two largest and competitive access initiative summer schools; ExpLaw and UNIQ.
City Law School – Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC)
Qualification to become a practicing barrister; 2018-19.
Diana, Princess of Wales scholarship and Harmsworth Exhibition award from the Honourable society of the Middle Temple.
University of Oxford – Faculty of Law, Criminology and Criminal Justice Masters (MSc)
(Pembroke College) 2017-18
Distinction results in; Philosophy examination, Criminal justice examination and research methodology, about bias and parole.
• Faculty of Law, MSc Student representative for the year group.
• Pembroke College, MCR Treasurer.
University of Cambridge – Law (BA): 2:1
(Downing College) 2013-16
1st class results in; Jurisprudence, Dissertation Thesis, Criminology Sentencing and the Penal System
Harvard University, USA – War Crimes, Genocide and Justice
(Harvard Law School and JFK School of Government and Politics); 2015
One semester module on the topic of international law, genocide and war crimes. Examined through both an end of term examination and class participation and advocacy.
I have passports from three different countries.