AmanjitPhD student giving courses in law (methodology, history of law, European law, international law)
PhD student in law history proposing:
- Method courses as easily accessible in the first years of university - which includes the dissertation exercises, commentaries of decisions and practical cases - than those who are in the preparation of their dissertation to validate their master's degree;
- courses in the history of law;
- Courses in European Union Law and International Law.
CharlottePrivate lessons in law, general, civil, criminal, family ...
Graduated from ULB, I occupy my free time by helping students to advance and achieve their goals. My goal is to reassure the student, help him to face his difficulties and thus lead him towards a happy learning of a subject. Do not hesitate :)
KristinaStudy Law, (Business) English, Russian, Dutch and get ready for exams
My name is Krystyna, I hold 2 master degrees in law and currently doing my PhD in the field of European law. I offer private lessons in law, (Business)English, Russian, Dutch.
I have been working both as a Lecturer in academic institutions and as private tutor for several years. I enjoy working with people and willing to transfer my knowledge to the others. Tutoring is my passion!
I apply individual approach and my classes are interactive.
MélanieLaw course for first year undergraduate students
Currently in final internship of the Master 2 of international law and European legal trilingual course of the city of Nantes, I do this internship at the UN in the control unit of drugs and crime prevention, Vienna, Austria. Also graduated from a Master 1 of private law, another of criminal law, I know that law is a difficult subject to apprehend for a first year. However, with a little rigor, patience and support, it can very quickly become a part of pleasure as it has become for me. I therefore offer my help for first year courses, whether in methodology or to understand legal concepts.
GeoffreyCourses to learn again to learn
Welcome to all ! My name is Geoffrey, I am 21 years old and I am in first year of Master of International Law at the University of Cergy-Pontoise, after a degree in French Law obtained passable mention at the University of Mulhouse, and a bachelor's degree economic and social obtained good mention (14,297) at Lycée Notre-Dame les Oiseaux de Verneuil sur Seine.
I give individual and group lessons, with a lot of fun, for almost a year already, in a wide range of subjects. In this context, I accumulate nearly a hundred hours of lessons in subjects such as English, mathematics, French but also in general support.
My goal is to enable them to understand what they are doing, and thus prevent them from sinking into an automatic but unthinking application of what they are learning. It is to this end that I was able to give, also, mini-courses of support to comrades in university, especially during the periods of revision of the partial ones.
In parallel, I am relatively familiar with languages, which have always been my favorite subjects and my favorite playground. Indeed, I am also a translator (English / German / Italian / French), proofreader and editor. In this context, I helped people in job search to write their CV and cover letter in French or in English. I was also able to help someone correct their book before the project was submitted to a publisher.
As a teacher, I seek, as much as possible, to find methods that can go to all students. To this end, in English for example, I am always accompanied by a pair, to allow the student to have two points of view, two different explanations to enable him to better understand what is in question. In this context, I also ban any form of "academic" pedagogy, and I try to make my class a moment of exchange, interactivity and fun, the latter being in my opinion the best method to progress and to attract the attention of the student, even in the most difficult passages of his learning.
This method has also borne fruit. Since the implementation of this pedagogy last January, my two students have progressed significantly in English. The first, which was thus intended to leave the USA, was able to leave serenely in the United States and cope properly even if at the beginning of the course, three weeks earlier, she did not speak English!
In the same way, I am also currently taking charge of a second year student who also has difficulties in English. At present, we have swept the entire program by 6 ° -5 °, as well as a part of the 4 ° program and thus fill some of its gaps.
Finally, I also take care of a student of first in French, with also results in the key. On the other hand, the pedagogy used here is more academic, high school French lending itself in my opinion less to pedagogies less "classical" and orchestrated than foreign languages.
In all cases I invest a lot for my students. In English, it is thus very common that I prepare exercises, complete subjects so that the student can pound serenely from one session to another.
It is also very common that I ask, if necessary, to have returns from both the student and his / her parents (if they are present), who always request and obtain a report at the end of the session, so to know where we are going. Transparency is my rule.
For more information, do not hesitate to contact me.
RebecaIB History (HL and SL), French beginners, Spanish beginners, and Public International Law beginners tutor
Need help at school to get through your courses, maximise your potential or making sure you pass your exams/retakes? You're in the right place is you need support in achieving this for:
- IB History (HL and SL)
- French beginners
- Spanish beginners
Want to get a tast of what Public International Law comprises before you commit to studying it at University? Need help getting through your first year of Public International Law at University? Or perhaps you're simply interested in delving into the field... You're in the right place!
ThéoPrivate license law course (L1, L2, L3), text commentary methodology, dissertation, practical cases
Student in Master 2 digital law, I hold a law degree with honors and a Master 1 in Criminal Law and Criminal Sciences also validated with honors.
At the same time, I am preparing for the CRFPA exam in order to become a lawyer.
I offer my services to undergraduate students wishing to acquire a good methodology and strengthen their personal knowledge before a partial.
Methodological advice on the dissertation, practical case, commentary on the judgment.
Strengthening in matters such as oligations law, criminal law, criminal procedure, constitutional law, public law, administrative law, public finances, English, legal history, fundamental freedoms ...
FatjonApplications for Undergraduate/ Graduate School in the United States (Bachelor, Master, Law School, PhD)
Do you want to get into a top PhD program in the United States? Do you want to attend the law school of your dreams? Are you not sure which university is your best fit? I can help you.
I have worked in the admission's office of multiple higher education institutions in the United States and can share my insights on how you can succeed.
I am also willing to meet at a cafe and go over this, as I think a relaxed setting would be best. I can be flexible about the schedule so let me know if you are interested but cannot make it due to conflicting schedules. I will try my best to match your schedule.
ChloéLaw courses and preparation for competitive examinations (public service, grandes écoles, security professions)
After completing a triple degree in French, German and English law up to Master 1, I graduated with a Master 2 in public law from Panthéon-Assas University (Paris 2) in partnership with the Ecole des Officiers de the National Gendarmerie as well as a second Master 2 in public law Mountain law. I propose to help you in your legal course, mainly in public law (administrative law, constitutional law, social law, environmental law, contracts and public procurement, ...). I can also help you acquire a general and legal culture to prepare for competitive examinations (security professions, public service, grandes écoles).
My goal is as much to make you acquire a structured methodology as solid knowledge. After having defined your course expectations, we can accentuate one or the other more particularly by orienting the sessions on knowledge or written training, the construction of detailed plans or practical cases. We will carry out regular reviews in order to adapt the rest of the program to your new expectations and to the progress made, if necessary.
2020 - MAster 2 "Mountain law". Mention Good
2019 - Admission to the National Gendarmerie Officer (OG UNIV) competition in 4th place by order of merit.
2019 - Master 2 "Law and Security Strategy" at the School of National Gendarmerie Officers. Mention Good.
2018 - Master 1 in Law with European Jurist specialization, at the Humboldt Universität (Berlin)
2017 - Certificate of International General Studies (CEIG) at the IHEI (Institute of Higher International Studies). Major of Promotion.
2017 - L3, 1st prize in the university competition in European Union law.
2016 - L2, 2nd prize in the university competition in administrative law.
2015 - L1 Major de promotion (mention Bien). 1st prize in the university competition for constitutional law.
2014 - Economic Baccalaureate (19.8 / 20) Mention Très Bien. In-depth economics specialty and German European section.
ClémentCivil Law (Obligations), Business Law and Taxation
A graduate of the Master 2 Business Law and Taxation from the University of Paris 1, I am awaiting the admission results of the CRFPA 2020 before joining the EFB at the start of the next school year. During my studies, I started with a preparatory class in Law / Economics in Bordeaux (University of Bordeaux and Lycée Gustave Eiffel) before joining the Franco-British Magistère Juriste d'Affaires Franco-British in Rennes and going to the University of 'Exeter to do my LLM in International Commercial Law. I am also speaking at the University of Rennes for a seminar on corporate governance, an area in which I wish to specialize.
I am available to give courses in civil law (Introduction, Obligations, Property), business law and taxation.
ElodieLaw courses / Proofreading and correction of dissertations / works / theses
To teach law, whether administrative law, civil law (general / property, or family), criminal law / criminal procedure, judicial law / ADR (alternative dispute resolution methods) or public or private international law, I rely on the university courses that have been instilled in me and to which I still have access.
I was a diligent student, so I have syllabuses in all the subjects I teach but also my own notes and legislative / jurisprudential / doctrinal elements that I have accumulated over time by doing my internships, my work at the firm and at the university and by teaching.
I also have access to online legal search engines and to ULB and UCL law libraries. As part of my Specialized Master, I keep myself informed of legislative developments in order to always be up to date.
Of course, I also base myself on the most important tool: legislation! In many matters, a Code is published, whether it is an official Code or an unofficial collection of the most important legislative texts on the subject. It is crucial to be able to make a good use of the legislation, to know where to look and how to correctly annotate a Code: markers, post-it, fluorescent, etc. It is also important, if it is allowed for the examination, to cross reference articles to articles in its Code in order to link the additional information together.
I consider it part of my lessons to teach the student to use his Code correctly (if he has difficulties at this level), it is part of learning the subject!
Every student is different and it is important to consider the specific needs of each. This is why I adapt the methodology of my course to the specific requests of my students: need to deepen one part of the course more than another, need to understand the theory, need to learn to apply the theory to be able to solve casus, etc. Some students want to have a holistic view of the subject, while others will want clarification on specific points. I adapt to all requests and am not closed to "atypical" courses!
The important thing is that the student feels free to ask all his questions, whether they concern a branch of law in particular, law in general or advice concerning exams!
I love to transmit and share and above all I want to give back a taste for law to those who have lost a little motivation or who would feel lost or who, quite simply, and like all of us, are having difficulty. at one point ! :)
AnitaLanguages (ex: Portuguese), History, Sciences (social and human), Law, Mathematics, Economy, Sociology, Statistics, Geography ...
I give courses in various subjects in view of the fact that my knowledge is varied and widespread. I adapt easily and have a quick and high level of understanding.
I rely a lot on the person in front of me. First of all, I try to understand it and to implement the most appropriate methods from my perspective.
I am kind and patient, but also demanding. My goal is to see real progress and I expect that I will also be rewarded with some motivation and energy! :)
HélénaPrivate lessons Law Degree and methodology course of practical exercises
I am currently a Master 2 student in digital law at the University of Nanterre, and hold a law degree obtained with honors and a Master 1 in Criminal Law and Criminal Sciences also validated with honors.
In addition, I am preparing for the CRFPA exam in order to become a lawyer.
I thus offer my services to undergraduate students who wish to improve and perfect themselves on the methodology of legal exercises (dissertation, practical case, judgment commentary, legal consultation) and strengthen their personal knowledge of law.
I am ready to help you with regard to civil law, the law of obligations, fundamental freedoms and criminal matters.
MaximeLawyer in Paris and TD Chargé at the Sorbonne, gives courses in Labor Law level License / Master and helps in the preparation of the CRFPA
Graduated with a Master 2 in Social Law from the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne and practicing the profession of Lawyer in Social Law since 2015, I have solid experience in labor law and protection law. social.
As a Manager of Work at the Sorbonne since 2017, I teach Labor Law and, more broadly, the legal methodology necessary for the success of exams (practical case, commentary, dissertation, summary note). .). I know the expectations of TD Chargers and Teachers in the continuous monitoring and exams.
Finally, having passed the examination of the CRFPA on the first try and without Prépa, with my own method of learning, I help you to prepare this exam in the best conditions and to optimize your chances of success.
I offer support adapted to the needs of each student in terms of social law, ranging from the License to the Master, as well as for the preparation of the CRFPA.
The purpose of the first course is to identify the difficulties and objectives of the student in order to establish the appropriate program to work on the substance and / or the form.
The following courses consist of working on the desired exercises (theoretical and practical explanation of the notions, assistance with the preparation of the TD and exams, correction of the legal and learning methodology, preparation for oral exams, refresher course on the subject, preparation of catching up ...).
Classes are lively, dynamic and allow the student to ask any questions he wishes.
For more information, do not hesitate to contact me.
AmandaBusiness Management | Commercial Law/Legal Studies | Marketing
An experienced tutor who is confident and comfortable with working with students of all abilities. Well versed in the subject areas of Business Management, Marketing and Legal Studies, my aim is to guide my students and to build their confidence to take on their subjects with ease.
If you would like to understand the concepts and principles which underpin Business Management, then I am the tutor for you.
If you would like to learn about the principles that govern Marketing and how to apply them in everyday real live scenarios, then I am the tutor for you.
If you would like to understand concepts in Law and to learn strategies in applying your knowledge to answering case study questions, then I am the tutor for you.
I am patient, organised and well versed in my subject material, so my students can rest assured that they will leave my sessions having more grounded understanding and knowledge of the subject material.
I look forward to sharing my knowledge and helping others in subject areas they're struggling in.