I am a retired Circuit Judge but for some time now I have been a part-time Senior Lecturer at Exeter University. My principal subjects are Family Law, Legal Foundations, Criminal Law and Advocacy. I have 30 years experience as a Barrister and Queen's Counsel, and 14 years as a Judge sitting in the West Country trying mostly Family and Criminal Cases. I also assist students with their CV's and applications for professional and academic studies. I also tutor students in A and AS level Law. My fees are negotiable but I charge 45p per mile for travelling to a client. Please contact me via my e-mail address.
How would you describe your teaching style?
I like it to be interactive and dynamic. I like to get students to think for themselves and develop their own style (e.g. advocacy skills). I aim to pass on to students the benefits of my 44 years of experience as a lawyer, advocate and judge.
What qualifications do you have?
MA(Hons) Cambridge in Law Barrister-at-Law Queen's Counsel Senior Lecturer
Tell us about your experience...
30 years as a barrister and QC, 14 years as a judge. 3 years as a Senior Lecturer.
What locations do you tutor in?
Devon, Dorset, Somerset
What is your personal message to students?
To encourage and develop the skills they already possess; to show them that learning is an exciting and dynamic adventure which is timeless; to enable them to believe in themselves and gain the right kind of confidence; to succeed by always looking forward to the future whilst learning from the past.
|CRB/Disclosure Certificate:||No I will only be teaching over 18 students|
|Law, Advocacy and Legal Studies||A/AS Level, Undergraduate|