Sociology & Psychology Purdue University. Doctorate of Jurisprudence, Indiana University School of Law. Honorary Masters in Comparative Law, University of Guadalajara, Mexico. Courses & tutoring in English and Spanish. Document review, bar review, contract analysis and discussion, miscellaneous lessons, comparative analysis.
I’m an academic lawyer who has a British law degree as well as a U.S. Masters in Law and am available to help students at any level in any law related subject. I was fortunate enough to make the Dean’s list in my own law studies, and am passionate about helping students through the complexities of law courses.
My teaching methodology is introducing concepts in a way that easily connects and resonates for students and professionals of all backgrounds and levels.
I am a professional interpreter and will be giving lessons in law I have over 15 years of experience in the criminal justice system and have a BA in the subject The techniques and methods of instruction I use are depending on each students needs. We all do not learn the same and so cannot be taught the same.
I try to teach law by giving hypothetical examples.Specially in business law it is very helpful. I love to teach by discussing topics with my students e.g socratic method in U.S law schools.
As a graduate of a prestigious secondary school, then Boston College, and Suffolk law school, I know what it takes to do well on high-stakes tests and projects. I have successfully tutored dozens of aspiring and current law students, as well as law graduates preparing to pass Bar Exams of several states, to help them achieve their respective academic and career objectives.
My teaching method comprises the principles and methods used to enhance student learning. These strategies are determined partly on subject matter to be taught and partly by the nature of the learner. My teaching method is more interactive and related to real world experiences.
I am practicing attorney with over twenty years experience. I have tutored several law students on legal research and writing and a paralegal. I try to let the student find the answer by answering questions and asking questions.
As a post-secondary instructor, my new class was initially not interested in learning anything. They really just wanted to sleep late. But, when I explained that there are things they will learn that can help them in their lives each day, they were doubtful. I asked the class if they'd like to know when they must let police officers search their cars.
Hey scholars! I graduated from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN with a B.A. in Psychology in Spanish. I received my J.D. from the University of Arizona in May 2015. I graduated summa cum laude and was able to secure a judicial clerkship with the Arizona Supreme Court.
I am a Spanish native teacher in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. I have a degree in Law and I have been teaching Spanish and Law for about 10 years. I give conversation lessons of Spanish to all levels, one to one classes with a communicative approach.
Masters of Education M.ED Business and Marketing Education NYS Highly Quilfied Teacher Grades k-12 I teach in a structured personal model . Learning objectives are clearly started , interactive activities, and use of technology.
I am an appellate attorney with more than twenty five years experience in federal and state courts. While in law school I wished that I had a tutor and coach who could help me get through my classes, exams and ultimately the Bar. I offer this service to law students trying to develop a method of study and who need help understanding difficult concepts.
I teach, and provide U.S. Mexican legal processes comparative instruction, my teaching method is the Socratic method, I explain and give main ideas, provide examples, and let students ask questions and pose doubts at any time during my explanations.
I am a practicing attorney and adjunct professor. I help students at all levels better understand the law and help them succeed in their studies.
In online teaching I adhere to an intensive discussion approach. In on site teaching I use power point presentation liberally. I adhere to the syllabus of the concerned institution and do not let my personal views distort the syllabus.
I'm a theologian, a historian, a philosopher. I study Constitutional law, Declaration of Independence and the bill of rights. Humanity is my passion.
I am a retired attorney who has taught various areas of the law and has two separate law degrees. I also have advanced degrees in English Composition and Literature. I have specialized in African American literature while in Graduate school. I believe in a student orientation methodology in teaching.
I am Anna Ruiz, Lecturer in Law, currently, I am finishing my PhD research with a specialization in Private international law and International business/trade law. My specialities are Private international law, European Union law, Public international law and International trade law.
Accustomed to teaching at the University, I offer all types of courses, help with the preparation of exams or your homework and research. My working method can be very adaptable depending on your needs, which we can discuss before any collaboration.
My teaching method is helping the student find the topic that they either already know or have some knowledge in then move onto how we can increase their knowledge before branching out and moving onto other topics. I plan each lesson based of strengths to then build up on a relationship between the student and I then heading on to providing work to do on their own and marking work within 24 hours.
I tailor teaching to the student and their competency level. I provide session feedback, highlighting strengths and points for improvement. The latter is key to successfully studying and hopefully practicing law, as relevant constructive criticism facilitates greater understanding and advancement.
I am available to teach Law to students at undergraduate or postgraduate university level, diploma, GDL, and secondary school (GCSE/A-level). I teach all the core LL.
I am currently a Master 1 in general private law at the University Panthéon Assas (Paris II). I got my L1, L2 and L3 in the same university. Before I got my Bac ES mention fine French Lycée Lyautey of Casablanca in Morocco, which allowed me to get very good academic foundation and gain practice of literary Arabic, orally and in writing.
My lessons are based on the learning of the subject and on the preparation aimed at the exam for the best result that is absolutely verifiable, structured on fast storage techniques. Safety itself and in relation to the subject allows, together with some techniques, to be able to obtain excellent results.
I am a Doctor of Law and have been teaching/tutoring since 2005 at SOAS and University of London. I am passionate about empowering my students with the knowledge, skills set and intellectual curiosity for the subjects I tutor on. I tutor students on the MSc/MBA Finance and Financial Law, BSc and Professional subjects.
I am able to provide tuition or support for students at undergraduate up to PhD level. As a lawyer and academic, I am uniquely able to understand students' needs and to help them achieve excellent grades.
My teaching method is application based, wherein 1st theory will be explained with the help of provisions and then demonstrates how it's applied with the help of case studies. Classes will be divided into small sections, ranging from 45 minutes to 1 hour, with equal preference to theory, application and clarification of doubts.
I will teach on need basis through online lecture and notes. I will resolve queries through emails, whatsapp and other social platforms wherever you are comfortable.
I have always been convinced on the benefits of both problem-based learning or any other method which works on the analytical skills of the students rather than the mere passing of information. This is why I prefer to engage with students in a conversation more than proper lecturing.
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