I am currently a Masters student studying Law at LSE. I recently finished my undergraduate degree in Law, so I am up to date on the cases and legislation for subjects covered at A-level and undergraduate level. I have experience tutoring students at A Level in Economics and Psychology. My sessions will be structured flexibly according to what the topic is and what your needs are. Progress will be measured according to your ability to apply the knowledge in practice questions. Although my background is academic, I believe law and politics are best studied in context as I find this helps one understand and remember.
|Queen Mary, University of London||Law||LLB|
|London School of Economics||Masters in Law||LLM|
During the last year of my A Levels I tutored students in the year below in Economics and Psychology. We would go through classwork they did not understand as well as tackling the homework together. During my undergraduate degree I took part in, and won, a mooting competition that involved teaming up with an A Level student. This meant explaining legal concepts to that student and then helping her applying them in a structured legal argument.