I am a LLB graduate, and an LLM holder with Distinction. In my year of study, I achieved the highest grade exceeding an 80 percent average. I am a Barrister at Law (Lincoln’s Inn). I was called to the Bar in 2007. I have over 15 years experience teaching Law and in the legal profession. I currently teach law as a private law tutor and create Apps to aid law students, I am able to this because of my years of experience. I also practice Employment Law providing advocacy and representation at Employment Tribunals in and around London.
I have taught at the Middlesex College of Law where I taught land law, the law of evidence and Legal Study Skills for the External London LLB Degree programme. I have been a lecturer at Holborn College where I was the module leader in Land law and a tutor in EU law, Contract law, Equity & Trusts and English Legal system. I was also given a graduate teaching position at Southampton University teaching land law as part of my PhD programme. I was also awarded and scholarship by the Chartered Institute of Taxation. In my most recent appointments I was a Course coordinator for the New York Bar exam and I was a lecturer at Westminster University.
I was employed by Westminster University as the module leader to Tax Law. I was responsible for the entire Undergraduate Tax Law Module in 2008 and 2009. I was also given additional Law tutoring duties in Contract Law, Eu Law, Land Law and Legal skills and processes. My responsibilities included marking assignments, teaching and grading examinations, therefore I have first hand experience of what examiners are looking for so i can help students get the best possible marks.
I have worked as trainee solicitor at firm of Solicitors in Ascot. In this post I was independently responsible for all employment and civil litigation matters at the firm. I also had a commercial and land law caseload. I further assisted the firm’s principle in advising and researching on all tax issues. Another job I have held is the post of visiting lecturer in the subjects of International Tax law and Labour and Social Law at the University of Applied Sciences, Wiener Neustadt, Austria, on the Business Consultancy International (“BCi”) Degree programme.
I teach students that are studying to become Solicitors and Barristers. I am well equipped with their course of study and the different assessments they will face, namely practical legal research, portfolio work, drafting, opinion writing, advocacy and content for multiple choice examination such as business law and practice, civil and criminal procedure. I am a expert in employment law and I can along with teaching my students legal skills I can combine this with work experience. I have had many students assist me in preparation and at trial in the Employment tribunal.
I am also the author of the Private Law Tutor Apps. My App is a fully-fledged source of basic information, which tries to give students a comprehensive understanding for their modules. These App’s are written using its own unique formula, using my technique of the “Fact Law Sandwich”, namely: FACTS; GENERAL PRINCIPLE; LAW; APPLY TO FACTS. The Apps are available on Apple Store, Amazon and Google Play in the following subjects: Tort Law, Contract Law, Criminal Law, Equity and Trusts, EU Law, Constitutional and Administrative Law.
I started Private Law Tutor in 2009 when left Westminster University. I started law tutoring because I have a genuine interest in teaching and research. It has been running for many years now and this year will be the Private Law Tutor site’s 1oth birthday. I help both law students and practising professionals with all areas of their course from coursework preparation, dissertation support, teaching, advocacy, critical thinking and career help with personal statements and CV’s.