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Manchester based Law student offering tutoring for all core LLB modules
I have over six years of study and work experience in law. I am currently a final year law student at Lancaster University, on track to achieve a high 2.1 or first class degree. I have achieved several 100% marks during my time at university and believe that I can help other law students achieve this too. I have, also, garnered some teaching experience by providing private tutelage during my undergraduate and as a peer mentor. I am a resourceful and highly qualified individual with varied experience acquired during pro bono work and internships, undertaken in tandem with studies. I am articulate with excellent interpersonal abilities, communicates effectively, and is skilled in coherent and intelligible writing. I am a high-achiever, with advanced research and analytical skills combined with excellent problem-solving skill. I adopt two approaches to teaching: ‘student-centred’, ‘high-tech’ approach. These approaches aim to aid a personalised, research-based, inquiry-based learning to accentuate understanding of the materials taught. My goal is to coach and facilitate learning, overall comprehension of material and skills in answering questions utilising proven tools. For instance, the use of online research databases (Westlaw, Lexis Library, Nexis, Practical Law, HeinOnline and EBSCO), employing IRAC (Issues, Relevant Law, Application and Conclusion) structure in answering legal problem questions and so on. I am able to measure your learning progress through both formal and informal forms of assessment, like projects and study portfolio, give you feedback and work further on problem areas.