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.
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!
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.
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 ...
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.
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.
ClemencePrivate lessons in civil, private, criminal, international law by double master 2 student at Sorbonne et Assas
My name is Clémence, I am 25 years old and I am a double master's student in Law / History - International Relations at the universities of Paris II Panthéon Assas and Sorbonne University.
I teach law courses (Beginners - L3), in the following subjects:
- in civil law (intro, obligations, family)
- in criminal law (general and procedure)
- in EU law (general, and substantive law)
- in public international law
- in English.
My detailed journey:
Currently, I have just finished my year of M1 double master's degree in Law / History specializing in International Relations at Assas and La Sorbonne, and I am therefore starting my second year of master's degree. I am the major of my promotion.
I obtained my law degree, specializing in public law in Assas with an average of 15.5 / 20 and the mention Good.
I did an Erasmus exchange in Luxembourg to specialize in international law and European law.
I did my first year of law at Sceaux, Paris XI Saclay University, where I was doing a double course at the Grande Ecole de droit, specializing in international business law.
Before that, I studied medicine for 3 years at Paris VII Diderot.
My professional experience :
I taught about fifteen students this year, some on an ad hoc basis, for others on a regular basis (you can also find some opinions of my students on my profile). I also gave courses under contract with the University of Paris II Assas as part of a personalized tutoring with a law student.
I sincerely like to give law lessons, pass on my passion (yes, yes, it's possible to be passionate, law is great!) And allow my students to progress.
I invest myself with each of my students, and I am keen to put myself at their levels, to listen to them and to accompany them as best as possible. Whether as part of an improvement, preparation for an application, exams, or to validate his remedies, I do everything I can to ensure that my students succeed and (especially!) Flourish!
The course of the courses:
I always start with a discussion with the student in order to identify their expectations and needs. Then, a methodological point is often required. The sessions are organized according to the student's workload (lessons and tutorials).
I give law courses from beginner level to L3 level included, in order to begin, progress and excel in law.
My vision of a successful private lesson is the organization of progressive sessions in two stages: first a transmission of knowledge and methodology and then a moment of dialogue open to questions from the students.
I pay a lot of attention to transmitting means of organization, planning of university work at different scales: daily, weekly, monthly and semester. This is why I usually start my private lessons with a work "planning" session, so that my students feel supervised and know when and how to work, by "cutting out" their tasks to come.
I also like to teach them different learning methods so that they can work efficiently and productively. In the first session with beginners for example, I always come back to a "basic legal knowledge" part to allow them to follow and understand more easily the internal legal system (presentation of the classic vocabulary, of the main bodies, of the different branches of law ... .).
Then, I explain in detail the legal methodology (presentation of classic exercises such as the stop sheet, the essay, the practical case, the stop commentary and article). Depending on the subjects studied, I insist on the most important points, on the “expectations” of each of the Teachers, and the tips for better understanding the subject.
Finally, private lessons should be, in my opinion, a space of trust in which students can feel comfortable asking all the questions that come to their mind, and also discussing their orientations, and expressing their difficulties. This is why I always take time at the end of the session so that everyone can ask their question, so that we can discuss together both the content of the sessions, and the potential apprehensions about higher education.
Kelvin KamandeLaw and Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms.
Learn law and ADR mechanisms with a simple comprehensive study. I also help with assignments and research writing all aimed at longterm memory and application of the knowledge acquired in the classes.
This is a class for all who want a slice of the legal cake.
ImanePrivate lessons in foreign language (English) & in law
Law and polyglot student, I offer courses in English: As part of this course, my working method will adapt to each student profile, namely his level, his mastery both oral and 'written in the language in question. I would also be interested in reasoning and writing.
Within the framework of the courses of law, this last is addressed to the students in first year: conscious of the difficulty of the adaptation to the university studies, my course will highlight the key elements in order to become familiar with the legal reasoning and adopt a good working method.
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.
NotarianniLaw courses for beginners (L1) - Homework assistance for primary school (French, History, Mathematics...)
I am a 3th-year student in law at the University of Paris (Paris Descartes). I can do mentoring for first-year students (work method, advice, assistance for "Travaux Dirigés"...), as I was head of the year. Indeed, law studies require rigour, persistence and a very specific work method which can be shaped only by a regular work and an individual coaching.
I also propose work assistance for primary school in all the subjects (French, History, Mathematics, English).
ZiyanaLaw Undergraduate - Help and guidance to achieve a best result
I can help undergraduate law students with any law subject/course. I can help you to get the basic understanding of the subject, to revise the subject knowledge by answering model questions papers. Moreover, I can help students with assignments and thesis.
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.
EmilyClimate Change, Global Warming, and Environmental Law
Climate change is quickly becoming the defining issue of the century. In this class, we will investigate the phenomenon of global warming, how it came to be, and what we are doing to fix it. We will discuss international politics, environmental law, and proposed solutions to climate change. We will analyse the behaviour of international actors and investigate why climate change is such a difficult issue to fix. Finally, we will delve into an Australian case study of environmental protection.
This class will give you the language needed to discuss climate change and international environmental law, and enrich your knowledge of the topic.
NidaLaw Tutor (LLB Law Graduate - 2:1)for GCSE, A level and University Students (LLB, BA & GDL)
Law is a very interesting but can sometimes feel complex. Having 5 years of experience studying the subject, I have what it takes to assist students needing extra help with the subject. Whether that is at GCSE level, A level or degree level. I am able to assist students who have difficulty in grasping different law theories and will do what it takes to make the topic interesting for them.
Law areas I have studied:
- Concepts of Law
- Criminal law
- Public Law
- Contract law
- Property Law
- Family Law
- Administrative Law
- Tort Law
- Law and Society in South Asia
- Legal Systems of Asia and Africa
- Art of Advocacy