- Hourly rate $22
- Response Time 3h
- Number of students 23
1st lesson free!
Law LLB graduate and Law Lecturer providing Law and Academic writing tutoring support to secondary school and University level students
Kelly is one of our best tutors Criminal law. They have a high-quality profile, verified qualifications, a quick response time, and great reviews from students!
About the lesson
You can choose what topic you’d like taught and we can discuss your goals and where you would like to be after the session(s).
I can offer academic writing support or tutor you on a specific legal topic. I am able to help you build upon your knowledge to create an excellent essay or prepare for an exam.
Please message me and let me know what you’d like from me as a tutor as I’m happy to be flexible and teach in a style that suits you. I can teach in a lecture style with a PowerPoint, in a collaborative style like a seminar or in a more casual chatty and question based style.
Please always consult your institution’s plagiarism guidelines when considering using tutoring.
- Criminal law
- Civil law
- International law
- Elementary School
- Middle School
I graduated with a first class Law LLB degree in the Summer of 2020. I am currently studying my PhD in law with a focus on the International Private Law topic of Domicile. Since September 2021 I have taught Law at Teesside University.
Perfect! Kelly is absolutely excellent.
She immediately understood the assignment and identified my problem areas. She then tailored the lesson to my needs and walked me through step by step on how to approach the questions and how to ensure I hit the top marks.
I will be booking with her again asap. Having used other tutoring services before which charge ridiculous amounts of 80pounds an hour, I can truly say Kelly had a lot more to offer for a much more reasonable price.
Cannot recommend her enough.
- Kelly's response : Natalie was great to teach, she is enthusiastic and knows exactly what she wants to be taught.
Perfect! Kelly gives extremely clear explanations. She is reliable, proffesional , patient , understanding and very approachable.
I would highly recommend her to any law student looking for help as she adapts her sessions to your needs from reviewing seminar/ lecture material or preparing for assignments/exams.
- Kelly's response : Dauphine is a great student as she is willing to learn and an excellent listener as well as a pleasure to teach!
Perfect! Amazing, very knowledgeable in law
- Kelly's response : I enjoyed working with this promising student. Takes direction well and is a great listener. Responds positively to feedback and has a good outlook to learning :)
Perfect! Kelly is an excellent tutor! she helped me so much with forming critical analysis and proofreading my essay! would 100% recommend her for support with essays :)
- Kelly's response : Very promising student. Great listener and a pleasure to teach!
Perfect! Kelly has been extremely helpful in aiding me with my thesis proposal. Kelly understood what my needs were and she addressed pertinent learning points which have helped me in my writing. My only regret is that I didn't come across her sooner! I would highly recommend her to anyone who needs efficient and relevant writing help.
- Kelly's response : A great student who is good at explaining what he wants from our session. Great ideas and loads of potential :)
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Kelly is a Graduate Tutor (Lecturer in Law) at Teesside University who is patient and honest. She wants the best for her students and strives in a one to one setting. I recommend her for general law tutoring, highly!
I would highly recommend Kelly as a tutor, I worked with her on group projects while studying for our Law degrees. She is very studious and knowledgable in her chosen areas. Kelly is also friendly, patient and always happy to help others.
Kelly has a LLB law degree which shows her determination within education, she is currently studying a PhD, this highlights her aspiration to further educate.
She thoroughly explains information in ways suited for individual people, and will always ensure you understand before explaining more.
She’s trustworthy and extremely caring and I feel this is something needed in a tutor, to not only educate but to ensure people feel comfortable.
Kelly has an lovely warm vibe, she radiates positivity and understands not every day can be a great day. Meaning she will give further help when needed.
Kelly is a professional, intelligent person with a passion for law. She has a bachelors degree in the subject and is currently studying for a PhD. Kelly is very easy to get along with; she is able to pick up on your energy and match it, and can adapt to your style of learning while maintaining a good flow of information. She is an effective teacher, and will help you to break down any material you're struggling with into more digestible parts. All in all, Kelly is a fantastic choice and will help you to accomplish your goals.
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- 5h: $108
- 10h: $217
All my sessions will currently be online. I am happy to provide extra materials to be looked over outside of tuition sessions.
Find out more about Kelly
1)When did you develop an interest in law and in private tutoring?
I developed an interest in the law from a very young age as I wanted to be a Police Officer from the age of 7. By the time I got to choosing my A Levels topics I had no idea what I wanted to do specifically, so I chose to study Law. It was during this A Level that I developed a passion for the law that has continued to grow and lead me to my LLB.
Since I started my University career in 2016 I have always been interested in teaching and helping others. I enjoyed explaining things in my own ways and preparing my own exercises for students. Last Summer when I started Superprof, I started to develop a love for 121 tutoring and have not looked back since!
2) Tell us more about the subject you teach, the topics you like to discuss with students (and possibly those you like a little less).
My passion for law is mostly rooted in Private and Civil topics. The first topic I ever loved was Tort Law. I enjoy Contract, Equity and Trusts, Land Law, Company Law, Tax Law, Succession (Wills and Probate) and most importantly Private International Law.
I have experience in teaching all the above topics as well as Criminal Law, Policing Law, Constitutional and Administrative Law and International Law.
There are no areas of law that stick out to me as bad or less enjoyable; just some topics are harder to grasp than others such as Evidence Law and Trusts Law.
3) Did you have any role models; a teacher that inspired you?
My role models have chopped and changed throughout my life as I have grown up. The one role model that has always remained is my mother. She is caring, resilient and honest. That's what I aspire to be.
4) What do you think are the qualities required to be a good tutor?
To be a good tutor you must be flexible to allow for many different learning styles from those you teach. You must be understanding as everyone learns at a different pace and has a different depth of knowledge.
You must be prepared as people are paying for your time and you do not want to waste theirs. Finally, you must be passionate about what you're teaching as enthusiasm is often the key to success and it can rub off on others (even if just a little bit).
5) Provide a valuable anecdote related to your subject or your days at school.
This is a cliché but I have learnt that it is not about how much time you spend on something, it is about how you spend that time.
My main to tips in this regard are: Do not be afraid to use cntl + f to find what you're looking for instead of reading a whole text and do not shy away from referencing as you go along, as referencing at the end takes far longer!
6) What were the difficulties or challenges you faced or still facing in your subject?
For me, my main challenge in my own work is knowing when to take a break. I often get so immersed in the legal topic that I am working on that I talk about it in my personal life with every opportunity I get.
7) Do you have a particular passion? Is it teaching in general or an element of the subject or something completely different?
My passion is research. This comes from a lifelong passion for learning and obtaining knowledge. I strive to know things and to continue to know more. I love being able to contribute to conversations and I love teaching others and spreading that knowledge.
8) What makes you a Superprof ?
I am patient and understand that everyone is different. I am happy to teach in a style that suits the student. I will go above and beyond if I can!