I have lectured and tutored in all of the seven core legal subjects at university level.
I have also taught optional subjects such as Employment Law and Human Rights Law.
I have experience in designing and presenting individual law courses as well as setting and marking examination and dissertation papers.
I have over twenty years experience of individual tuition and can assist students with essay writing and examination preparation.
Subjects I teach
Law Undergraduate & Postgraduate:
Human Rights Law
Open University: Philosophy BA (HONS) 2.2 1984
Middlesex University: LLB (HONS) Law 2.2 1989
Inns of Court School of Law: Barristers Finals Competent 1991
Birkbeck College: PGCE (HE) Merit 2016
My Approach to Private Tuition
My overall strategy is to encourage students to become individual thinkers and learners. My classes are centred around the concept of discovery, with emphasis on critical evaluation of the topic in question, comprehensive analysis and arriving at logical conclusions. Students thereby acquire the necessary degree of self-confidence to conceive their own informed opinions on a given topic. This approach helps to foster a unique and lasting with the instructor. Students will then be in a position to graduate with optimal grades and to utilise their critical and analytical skills in legal practice.
My video Introduction
Voted most popular, and entertaining, tutor at my college, four years in succession!