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Professional Online Comparative Law Tutors for Undergraduate Law Students

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professional online Law tutor Amba


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professional online Law tutor Kelly
Law LLB, Queen Mary University of London

I hold a first class LLB, an LLM with a distinction and a Very Competent classification for my BPTC. I am a now a full time Law Lecturer and academic in London. I teach LLB, BPTC, SQE and LLM modules. I am available to help students with any admissions questions, personal statements and LNAT exams to help them get into Law School. I often arrange mock interviews, training contract and pupillage tutorials for students. For younger students I can also help students with their English, Business Management and Philosophy IB courses.

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professional online Law tutor Suellen
LLM Legal Practice Course, Nottingham Law School

Trainee Solicitor with experience in tutoring offering classes for university level (LLB and LLM LPC) and dissertation tutoring.

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122 hours taught
professional online Law tutor Simon
Law (Bachelors/Level 6 equivalent), CILEx Law School

I am a 20+ year PQE lawyer with 25+ years’ experience of working in the law.

I have lectured A' Level law, Undergraduate law, Postgraduate law and various CILEX legal and practice topics at all levels. I also have 10+ years’ professional legal training experience within large national firms.

I provide detailed knowledge (and how to apply that knowledge) in the subject at A’ level, Degree level and all CILEX levels.

I can provide 1 to 1 online tutoring sessions.

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406 hours taught
professional online Law tutor Rebecca
Law, University of Leicester

Experienced University Law Lecturer currently teaching on the LLB

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professional online Law tutor Katia
LLM European and international law, Metropolitan University

Law lecturer and Lawyer
Ability to explain all legal situations in a simple manner. LLB programme leader

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243 hours taught
professional online Law tutor Eirini
DPhil Law, University of Oxford

Judicial Fellow at the International Court of Justice, DPhil Candidate and law tutor at the University of Oxford with 7 years teaching experience. Passionate about teaching public international law and supporting prospective undergraduate and graduate students with their applications.

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professional online Law tutor James
Qualified Teacher (PGCE)/Law Degree (LLB Hons) / Forensic Linguistics (MSc), Anglia Ruskin/Aston University/Greenwich University/Leeds University

Experienced A level and Degree level tutor.
Enthusiastic and keen to ensure students achieve their potential

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166 hours taught
professional online Law tutor Bethany
LLB Law, University of Bristol
professional online Law tutor Hasan
Law, Brunel University

Hi! I'm an experienced university-level lecturer, with 7 years' experience. Friendly, accessible and individualised support to get the best out of you.

Skilled at breaking down complex legal concepts using accessible examples.

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professional online Law tutor Dr Moh
PhD, Teaching Fellow, Centre for Open Learning, University of Edinburgh.

Dr Janaby is a Teaching Fellow in International Law at the University of Edinburgh. His research and teaching interests are varied, and he has published and taught in a range of international law areas. He holds a PhD in International Law from the University of Aberdeen (2016) on ‘The Legal Regime Applicable to Private Military/ Security Company Personnel in Armed Conflicts’. He has also gained specialist qualifications in international law, including a Diploma in Rapid Expert Assistance and Co-operation Teams for Conflict Prevention, Crisis Management from International University Centre for Peace Missions- Helsinki Spaña and Escuela de Organización (Spain) 2015, and a Master’s degree in International Law from Iraq (2000). He has previously been a visiting lecturer at the University of Glasgow and the University of Dundee.

Dr Janaby published extensively in his field. His PhD formed the basis of the second monograph, The Legal Regime Applicable to Private Military and Security Company Personnel in Armed Conflicts, published by Springer in 2016. His first monograph, Humanitarian Intervention under International Law, was published in Arabic in 2010. Both books have been well-received. He has a growing list of peer-reviewed journal articles on international and humanitarian law, including publications in leading specialist journals in the US, Netherlands, the UK and Iraq. He is currently working on several writing projects – both individual and collaborative – for submission to peer-reviewed journals as part of my academic development.

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professional online Law tutor Panagiotis
PhD, South and Oriental African Study

Hello! I am an IB graduate, achieving a 36 overall. My HL modules include History, Psychology, and English B. I managed to get into the University of Sussex, where I studied both my LLB and LLM =, graduating with 2:1 and Merit respectively. I am currently doing my Ph.D. in international law and economic sanctions at SOAS University, where I also teach Public Law to undergraduates, with marking responsibilities as well. Finally, I am a certified GTA teacher!

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Recent Law Undergraduate Tutor Class Reviews

Panagiotis - julia- Law - Undergraduate
28th November 2023
Very good tutor , good explaining and ensured that I understand the work
Minhal - Emara- Law - Undergraduate
18th July 2023
So helpful! lovely to meet you :)
Panagiotis - Danielle - Law - Undergraduate
27th June 2023
Panagiotis is a proactive, knowledgable and patient tutor. Would highly recommend!
Rebecca - Chiara- Law - Undergraduate
24th May 2023
Rebecca is an absolutely top notch tutor. Can't recommend her enough.
Panagiotis - Anna- Law - Undergraduate
24th May 2023
very informative
Panagiotis - Anna- Law - Undergraduate
23rd May 2023
very helpful as usual
Panagiotis - Anna- Law - Undergraduate
22nd May 2023
very helpful! have finally understood how to write a problem question for Torts.
Amba - Rafaela- Law - Undergraduate
19th May 2023
Really lovely as always
Amba - Natalia- Law - Undergraduate
12th May 2023
The IRAC structure given and explained by Amba has really helped me improving my writing skills.
Suellen - Anna- Law - Undergraduate
10th May 2023
always very helpful!

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How is the Spires platform tailored for Comparative Law undergraduate students?

Spires Online Tutors are adept at gauging a student’s starting point and crafting a personalised study plan to meet their academic objectives. For Comparative Law undergraduates, the focus is on transcending jurisdictional boundaries, comprehending different legal systems, and nurturing the analytical prowess needed for a comparative analysis. Our lessons are aimed at addressing areas of weakness, fostering the confidence required to excel, and instilling a robust learning regime conducive for continuous growth in the realm of Comparative Law.

Why should I opt for Spires Online Tutors for my Comparative Law modules?

The rigorous vetting process at Spires ensures that only 4% of the professional tutor applicants make it onto our platform, maintaining high-quality standards. Our tutors are endowed with substantial experience, having lectured, mentored, or taught at various academic levels, with a particular emphasis on the intricacies of Comparative Law. Moreover, the competitive pricing facilitated by our auction system ensures that students receive value for money, making Spires a prudent choice for your Comparative Law module tutoring needs.

How does the personalised online tutoring system at Spires operate?

Spires streamlines the process of finding the perfect tutor for your Comparative Law modules. Once you specify your needs and preferences using the ‘Find a Tutor’ function, our platform propounds a list of ideal tutors based on your requirements. You can then delve into their profiles, assess their credentials, and communicate to ascertain the right fit before scheduling your online sessions. This tailored approach ensures a conducive learning environment for delving into Comparative Law themes and modules.

What makes online tutoring for Comparative Law at Spires superior to local tutoring?

The online paradigm of Spires transcends geographical barriers, providing access to a global reservoir of tutors proficient in Comparative Law. Unlike local tutoring, the online modus operandi facilitates a more extensive range of specialist tutors, ensuring you receive the paramount support tailored to your Comparative Law module needs. The interactive whiteboard and the ability to playback lessons further augment the learning experience, making online tutoring a superior alternative.

Who will be tutoring me in the Comparative Law module?

Spires houses a plethora of academic tutors seasoned in Comparative Law. You have the autonomy to view profiles, evaluate credentials, experiences, and teaching methodologies before making an informed choice. Our platform accentuates the importance of a harmonious tutor-student rapport, allowing for preliminary discussions to ensure a good fit before commencing with the Comparative Law tutoring sessions.

Are the tutors adept at handling specific themes within Comparative Law?

Absolutely. Our tutors are proficient in a wide array of themes within Comparative Law. They are equipped to provide comprehensive tutoring, covering various jurisdictions, legal traditions, and comparative methodologies essential for a profound understanding of Comparative Law modules. Their expertise spans both theoretical and practical aspects, ensuring a holistic learning experience.

What qualifications do the Comparative Law tutors possess?

All tutors on Spires possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, with many holding advanced degrees from prestigious institutions. Their credentials are meticulously vetted, ensuring they have the requisite knowledge and experience to provide top-notch Comparative Law tutoring.

How do the tutors aid in mastering Comparative Law modules?

Our tutors aim to foster a deep understanding of Comparative Law, aiding in analysing, evaluating, and synthesising the course material. They help manage your study and revision time effectively, ensuring a thorough comprehension of Comparative Law modules and aiding in honing your exam techniques.

How are the tutoring rates structured for Comparative Law modules?

Tuition rates are delineated by the tutors themselves via an auction system, making them more competitive compared to other platforms. The rates for Comparative Law tutoring reflect the tutor’s experience, expertise, and the level of study, ensuring a fair pricing structure.

What sets Spires’ Comparative Law tutoring apart in terms of online educational support?

Spires offers a personalised learning trajectory, meticulously designed to cater to your specific academic needs in Comparative Law. The platform connects students with highly qualified tutors globally, making it a hub for academic excellence. The interactive online classroom, coupled with the flexibility to playback lessons, sets Spires apart in providing a conducive learning environment for Comparative Law undergraduates.

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