Why Private Law Tutor?

Private tuition is the quickest and most effective way to learn. A classroom environment can pose challenging distractions; a lecturer must divide his or her time between multiple students, and key areas of difficulty are often overlooked in a general curriculum.  A lecturer simply cannot devote all of his/her time to one student, even though every student has individual learning styles and preferences.  Private tuition provides a solution to the challenges typical of a traditional learning environment, facilitating greater understanding through personal tutoring and individual attention.  It allows students to catch up after falling behind or spend extra time on specific areas of difficulty.  It is a vital supplement for university education, but can also be utilised for learning outside of the classroom. Students can learn a subject outside of a learning environment, or begin gathering experience before the start of a particular module.

Private Law Tutor offers instruction at a lecturer’s level of expertise, with an unparalleled focus on the specific needs and learning style of the individual.  This highly personalised approach offers the guidance necessary for academic and professional success.

My experience has shown me that tutoring offers numerous benefits for students.  Supplementing one’s academic study can raise levels of university performance and allow one to excel in the classroom.  It also helps students uncover their personal learning style, increasing their confidence while also cultivating unique study strategies.  Every student processes knowledge in a unique way, which contradicts the uniform approach often presented by universities.  Tutoring allows students to absorb information in ways most suited to their needs, thereby increasing enjoyment and motivation for not just a specific subject, but for learning as a whole.

Private tuition also refines one’s awareness of what examiners are looking for and develops techniques to ensure efficient study time.  It is easier to excel if a student has an idea of what their lecturer is looking for; they are able to focus their efforts on a productive result, without wasting energy on needless or unproductive tasks.  Private tuition allows students to hone their study skills by developing efficient work habits and greater focus.  University environments frequently teach only the material, forgetting to educate students on necessary skills such as time management and even reading comprehension.  A tutor is able to approach education from a rounded perspective, often isolating the root of academic struggle in faulty study habits or inefficient work methods.

Why me

You may wonder, ‘Why Private Law Tutor?’ especially when there are so many law tutors to choose from. Imparting knowledge and learning is most effective when a student has the right tutor. It is just as important for me to find the right students; for this reason, I do not take on every student that enquires about my services.

My educational style has been developed over years teaching at multiple institutions, through many different university syllabi. I believe that education should be contextualised in a “real-world” setting, while also maintaining a high standard of scholarship. This combination of practicality and intellectualism is necessary to shape not only the ideal student, but the ideal thinker. Education is particularly powerful when lessons or patterns in academia are connected to a world outside of the classroom; as such, I take care to unite my instruction with current issues and events, training students to apply these lessons in the real world. This strategy, combined with a heavy emphasis on intellectual growth and a respect for learning, teaches students how to critically analyse problems with a creative and contemplative mind.

I have learned to treat the study of law as a science; students must accumulate knowledge, before reinforcing this information through hands-on experimentation and discovery. Many students are taught to be passive learners – they archive information from modules, but lack the insight or resourcefulness to apply their lecturer’s lessons. Real life does not come with a study guide, and students must train themselves to be efficient and creative problem solvers if they hope to advance knowledge in their field. They must remember the lessons taught to them in university, while also examining often-understated issues for relevant patterns. My focus is to utilise my experience as a lecturer and barrister to cultivate a dynamic method of learning that allows students to grasp both information and critical thinking strategies to find success as scholars and leaders.