Subjects I teach

Law
Kiswahili

My Experience

I mentored a few students in Law while I was at University. Seeing them go on to achieve excellent degrees was an incredibly fulfilling experience.

I also tutored a student who was about to get married and wanted to learn Swahili- his fiancee’s language. Over the course of a year and in great secrecy as he wished to surprise her, he took a number of lessons from me which greatly improved his language skills from the foundation level. At their wedding a year later, he impressed his wife and in-laws with a couple of fully-formed, fluent Swahili sentences!

My Qualifications

Aberystwyth University, Law, First Class Hons. I graduated top of my year as the best Law student, receiving 2 awards:

Calcott Pryce Best Law student
Calcott Pryce, best student, International Law

London School of Economics, Masters in Human Rights, Merit.

My Approach to Private Tuition

My approach is quite a patient one in the sense that I take the time to understand your needs and structure the course in a way that is interesting, and brings ideas to life. I make sure you have understood the point I’m explaining and if not, I’m happy to go over it again- and again! I believe past papers are one of the most useful resources to get through Law school and achieve good grades. For this reason, I focus heavily on past paper practice.

I am quite proactive I reaching out and finding alternative material that could be useful.

I am also available to respond to any questions you may have before or after our lessons.

My video Introduction


Fun fact

My claim to fame is that I have met 2 members of the Royal family – Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall (served her champagne at a festival in Wales) and Queen Elizabeth (stood a few feet from her at the opening of the tram line in Birmingham!)