SandraLearn Roman Law - Legal Culture in Roman Times - Law - Procedure
As a law student, I offer courses in Roman law, which I think is one of the best first year courses. My goal is to help law students who do not have the motivation to study or who have difficulty in understanding.
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.
LunaEnglish, Italian and Law Tutor based in Den Haag and online
I am a bilingual Italian and English speaker. I received a Law and Politics degree from the University of Sussex (UK) and a master's degree in international criminal law from the University of Groningen (RUG) (NL). I have previously tutor young adults in Italian and English, worked as a translator (Italian to English and viceversa), and proof-read numerous documents (in English).
JowitaEnglish and Law Tutor based in Den Haag and online
I have a law degree from Oxford University and a master's degree in international law from the London School of Economics. I have been tutoring for over 2 years in English, Maths and Law in London. My past students have ranged from young children with English as a second language to undergraduate university law students. I have a proven track record of retaining families and helping students attain the best results possible in exams.
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!
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.
Zahradoctoral student in public law helps you prepare for tutorials, mastery of methodology and understanding of courses
are you in license? you have difficulty understanding the lessons? can't you prepare for your tutorials? you fail to master the legal methodology? you have trouble problematizing the subject and making a plan? I'm here to help you succeed your year with the best grades. I wish I could help you appreciate public law and see how easy it is to be successful in law school once good reasoning is acquired. My classes focus on consolidating knowledge and methodology. With you and according to your level and your needs, I offer you work on practical cases, comments on judgments, dissertations, work on understanding the laws, doctrine and press articles, speed reading technique, preparation of tutorials, review of exams and preparation for exams.
FatjonLaw and Economics in today's global world | Discussion based
As a coherent interdisciplinary movement, the roots of law and economics can be traced back to the mid-twentieth century, when Ronald Coase pioneered the foundations of the field with his groundbreaking findings through interdisciplinary approaches. The movement gained prominence in the 1970s and 1980s through the work of Richard Posner and Guido Calabresi, who took the economic analysis into new unchartered territories such tort law , criminal justice , and emerging technologies. Today, it is one of the most established disciplines in law; policymakers (elected officials, judges, as well as, public administrators) seek its impact and influence. This class focuses on the importance and impact of economic theory on legal jurisprudence in various pressing global issues: unfair competition, traditional and intellectual property rights, machine learning and artificial intelligence, global financial regulation, and legislative agendas. 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.
SabrinaLNAT, Law University Admissions Tutoring, and/or Oxbridge Mentoring from an Oxford law student
This course is for anyone preparing to take the LNAT or undergoing university admissions for a law degree in the UK. I'm an Oxford student in the second year of a Law with French Law degree. Having passed the LNAT and a rigorous applications process with flying colours, I'm well-placed to provide tailored guidance for the exam, interviews, and crafting a personal statement which reflects your greatest strengths. Most of all, I'm passionate about my degree, so I can show you what it means to study the law at a high level, challenging and supporting you so that you go into the process with your eyes open and with a real interest in your chosen subject. So if you just want a taste of the law or Oxbridge-style teaching, or if you want a comprehensive course of mock interviews and personal statement support, get in touch - I look forward to meet you!
ZuzannaLaw Tutor: Making sense of law. Classes for A Level and University Students
Hi! My name is Zuzanna, and I'd love to help you with studying law. Although hard at times, the law is interesting and connected with many aspects of our daily lives. Consequently, if you want to learn it, it is important to study it well. I'm happy to assist you with understanding different areas of law, and I'll explain them in an interesting and easy way. I can also help you with a specific topic in that area of law, exam revision, and writing your essays and/or problem questions answers. Additionally, I can help you catch up with the material over the summer holidays. Law modules I cover: - Contract Law - Property Law - Land Law - Public Law - Law of the European Union - Criminal Law - Legal Skills - Legal Research Skills I also offer in-depth classes on human rights law and international human rights organisations.
SandrineNotary Graduate - Courses in civil law (general, obligations, special contracts) & various private law (family, companies, real estate, etc.)
I currently hold the following qualifications: - Scientific Baccalaureate with honors specialty SVT, - Private law degree course civil law honors, - University Diploma «COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL LEGAL STUDIES» mention bien, - Master of Notarial Law mention well, - Master 2 of notarial law mention bien, - Higher Diploma of Notary honors, - IELS Academic 8.5 / 9.0, - FBBCI Business Diploma option Translation mention "high distinction", - TOEIC 950 points, - German B1 certification. Graduated from the Higher Diploma of Notary, I have several years of experience in notary studies in Paris. I am also a teacher of tutorials in a law school and has been teaching private lessons for several years. Specialized in civil law (marriage, divorce, inheritance, wealth management), corporate law, real estate law and private international law, I am able to offer law courses in various areas of the L1 to M2. I propose to accompany you for a follow-up of tutorials, partial revisions or catch-up that for an upgrade. I can also teach law courses to any manager, business leader or professional of any field. I am also a graduate in comparative law Anglo-Saxon (Common Law) and C2 level in English. These qualifications allow me to accompany you in an international approach to the law but also in legal English.
BunmiUndergraduate Law Modules, option to choose tort, crim, etc
I offer classes on key modules for undergraduate law course, such as criminal law, contract law and tort law. I will assist you for exam preparation or simply to increase your knowledge of the law. I am currently doing my masters in law, so have the foundation and advanced knowledge needed to help you. Law can be complex and hard to understand, so I am here to make your life more easier and explain in short words what a lecturer will try and explain in a whole semester and still confused. As your tutor you will easily understand law and feel more confident and motivated to succeed in your exam or just to have that understanding of the law.
StavrosLaw for UK university students (Public , Contract, Land, Criminal, Equity & Trusts, Tort, Jurisprudence, Corporate, EU, Admin and others)
Hello everyone! My name is Stavros and I am law graduate with First Class Honours from Queen Mary University of London and holder of an LLM degree from University College London. I am currently working as a corporate lawyer at a prestigious law firm and will soon start my Ph.D. in Law. Graduating within the top 3% of my class during my law undergraduate studies was one of my biggest accomplishments to date and over the years I helped several law students studying at UK universities achieve their potential and excel in their studies. In particular, I provided tutoring services on the following subjects: - Public Law - Contract Law - Land Law - Criminal Law - Equity and Trusts - Tort Law - Jurisprudence - Corporate Law - EU Law - Administrative Law Lesson structures will be adapted around the learning style that suits you best, always with the content expected from a first-class student. I specialise in assisting my students on the following: (i) Drafting high-level legal assignments - discussing the question, analysing the materials taught at the student's university, drafting a 'skeleton' draft of the assignment, preparing the first draft, perfecting it using first-class academic references and legal analysis. (ii) Exam preparation - analysing past-paper questions, preparing 'skeleton' drafts of essays and problem questions, building up strong arguments using well-researched case law and the opinion/commentary of prominent academics, learning how to adapt these points to potential questions that the student may face during the exam. Through my friendly and professional teaching style, I truly believe that I can help you achieve your academic potential.
ChouchaneEconomics, Law, Marketing, Management and Communication
MY COURSES : Teacher gives home classes in Economics, Law, Marketing (Marketing), Management and Management to students from: - 2nd, 1st and final SES (Economic and Social Sciences) - 2nd, 1st and Terminal STMG (Science and Technology Management and Management) - CAP, BEP, 2nd, 1st and Term BAC PRO Trade, Sales, Administrative Agent .... - BTS MUC (Management of Business Units) - NDRC BTS (Negotiation and Digitalization of Customer Relationship - ex BTS NRC) - BTS SIO (IT Services to Organizations) - BTS BANK - 1st, 2nd and 3rd year of Bachelor of Law ... I teach in Marseille only. MY JOURNEY : I hold a MASTER 2 in ECONOMICS, MARKETING (MERCATIQUE), MANAGEMENT and MANAGEMENT as well as a MASTER 2 in LAW. I am currently Professor of Economics, Law, Management and Management in a high school in Marseille.