I am a teacher of law and am able to teach other subjects such as Maths, History, English Language and Literature and Geography, including Indian languages.
Commercial law is my area of expertise, primarily intellectual property law. To evidence my knowledge of the subject, I am currently close to completion of the Legal Practice Course and LLM in Commercial Legal Practice with BPP University (Holborn) and have completed my LLM in Intellectual Property at Queen Mary, University of London, and my LLB in Law (Hons) with the University of Essex. I am extremely comfortable with teaching the traditional commercial legal topics such as contract law, corporate finance, contract law, acquisition law, and intellectual property law.
Studying these subjects differs from teaching them, especially to mature students, students with families, distance learners, and part-time students. A large portion of the demographic when I tutored the postgraduate module of Intellectual Property in Business (as part of the LLM programme) comprised of students who had an entirely separate work or family life that demanded their attention. Their needs were such that they could not attend classes at a certain time and that they needed a different form of support while preparing for their assessments, one that would fit into their schedule without requiring them to alter other commitments. This is where my strength lies; I understand that at the receiving end of my lectures and tutorials sit varied individuals of different capabilities, learning patterns and necessities and they cannot always be offered a set program of rigid teaching. Where one rule can be followed by all, I implement said rule but when I have to anticipate problems for my students and adjust my teaching patterns or lecture delivery according to their needs, I do so.
I am committed to diversity, cognisant of change, ready to adapt and most importantly willing to learn. As I have planned simultaneous careers in legal practice, pro bono work and academic teaching,any teaching experience would provide a solid foundation in the trajectory of my metier and I am determined to make it a success if selected for this role.
IPR (Bachelors (Undergraduate)-Masters (Postgraduate))
Law (Bachelors (Undergraduate)-Masters (Postgraduate))
English Literature & Language (Grade 1-A levels)
Maths (Grade 1-Grade 5)
History (Grade 1-A levels)
Teacher of Intellectual Property Law
(Nov, 2018 - May, 2019) at University of Essex
• Have organised and conduct lectures and tutorials for 90 students studying an undergraduate degree in law on the Intellectual Property Law module. Responsibilities include regular lectures (at least 7), all tutorials, office hours and marking summative assessments.
• Advise students on a regular basis regarding research and other queries and am an active member of the teaching team.
Teaching Assistant/ Tutor for Intellectual Property in Business
(Nov, 2017 - Apr, 2018) at Queen Mary, University of London
• Organised and conducted tutorials single-handedly for a group of 105 students studying a postgraduate level module for an entire academic year, based on the intricacies of commercial transactions between intellectual property rich companies, intellectual property transactions in various sectors and litigation in the same area.
• Mentored students of various backgrounds (some without a basic law degree, others with many years of experience in legal practice) on research, writing skills and legal knowledge.
LLM in Intellectual Property Law (Aug, 2016 - Dec, 2017) from Queen Mary, University of London
LLB in Law (Oct, 2013 - Jul, 2016) from University of Essex
Prices vary depending on subject and levels. Please contact for a detailed description.