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Alongside tutoring and my PhD studies, I work voluntarily for the British Red Cross Refugee Support Unit and I am a keen netballer! I play in weekly and monthly leagues and my team have just won our weekly league after only two seasons together. I am also working towards my umpiring qualification and hope to help out coaching school or youth netball teams to help grow women's sport.
I currently teach undergraduate law tutorials on the European Convention on Human Rights in the University of Nottingham's Law School. I also have extensive experience of marking undergraduate essays and am familiar with Undergraduate and Postgraduate grade boundaries.
I have completed numerous courses on the foundations of teaching and learning techniques. I am also working towards my Associate Teachers Programme (ATP) qualification.
I believe that I am patient, friendly and encouraging which allows my students to grow in confidence and reach their potential. I also focus on developing students' analytical and writing skills, as I place great emphasis on structure and clarity of writing.
LLM Public International Law (with distinction)
PhD (Candidate) International Law