Hey! I have just graduated from the University of Cambridge completing the Undergraduate Law Degree. My A levels were Maths, Economics, Politics and History (AS) level which means I have been used to adopting both a rational thought approach to answers and also an explorative essay style for a while now. As someone who could equally tackle problem questions and essays, I am happy to help in both of these fields, having no strong preference to either. I aim to help students with understanding technicalities in the law, how to structure questions, how to remember case names (the worst!) and other quick techniques to make the exam process less stressful. I am a great listener so will be all ears to what you are finding hard. I am patient. Everybody who has studied law has struggled through it and I aim to use all the help I was given over my undergraduate degree and past on those best tips. I see myself as very fun, to the point yet easy to talk to. This means our sessions will be efficient but will build up your confidence and capability in the subject you are studying. The key to grasping law is breaking down concepts so you are legally accurate and then having confidence in your own ideas to achieve success. With such a content-heavy subject, making law memorable is by far the best way to soak it all up and through my sessions, this is what I aim to achieve with a bespoke style for every tutee.
NW1 4HP London
almost 2 years ago