Is it worth getting a tutor?
Tutoring can be invaluable, particularly for Law students. Understanding legal jargon, case studies and dense law definitions can be tough on your own. With a private Law tutor, you're able to focus on the areas you struggle with, improving your legal knowledge and your confidence in approaching your Law exams.
Why should I study Law?
Many people will, of course, be studying Law to become solicitors, barristers and perhaps eventually judges. Law is a tough subject, but it's highly regarded and can lead you into all sorts of jobs. You might study Law to work in human rights or you might want legal knowledge to be more informed in a career like journalism.
Is Law a difficult subject to study?
Law is seen as a difficult subject because of the amount of knowledge you are required to learn and retain. Whilst you won't be expected to memorise every single law and case study in history, lawyers do need to recall a huge amount of information. Lawyers are typically very analytical and critical thinkers. If this is you, Law could be the perfect subject for you to study.
Looking for a law tutor near you?
About to embark on a Law Degree?
Trying to pass the LSAT?
Or maybe you’re looking for help in a specific field such as business law or contract law?
If you’re in need of an online law tutor, Tutor House has law tutors to match your exact tutoring needs. Our tutors are a mixture of law graduates, newly qualified lawyers and those who have held down jobs in law for decades.
Whatever level you are at, we have a law tutor for you. We offer law tutoring for GCSE and A-Level students, undergraduates and postgraduates, and much more.
Tutors not only cater to academic study but also to vocational study for those looking to step up in their careers.
Tutor House only hires expert tutors who can help you achieve your potential - be that getting an A in your A-Levels, understanding tough legal jargon or securing a spot at University. What are the benefits of a tutor? Studying law requires a great deal of energy, time and focused tuition, and a one-on-one tutor can provide you with that.
Our friendly tutors are flexible and can offer you lessons that fit around your other commitments. You can decide whether you prefer online or face-to-face learning, and choose your tutor from there.
At A Level - At Tutor House, we know how much is riding on your A-Levels. Studying for final exams can be a pretty scary time! A private A-Level law tutor can help you master your revision notes and ace your practice exam papers. Our tutors know the different syllabuses inside out.
At University - We know that studying Law at University can be a huge step up from A-level. You might need help understanding a case or an assignment. This is where Tutor House can provide excellent personalised support. Tutors can even offer advice about getting a training contract with a law firm after completing your degree.
As Continuous Professional Development (CPD) - Whether you are working in criminal law, property law, family law, inheritance and tax, equality law, wills and probate, or any field, we can help you achieve your CPD goals. And we love helping with the softer stuff too. For example, some of our tutors specialise in debating and can help develop your communication and legal argument skills.
And finally, society itself couldn’t function without the law! If you are simply fascinated by law and want to learn more, law tutoring can offer an amazing way to understand what the law does, why we follow it and your rights.
Martin has been tutoring my daughter with her A level Law and has supported her in areas where she's been struggling. He assisted her in exam preparation which has allowed her to achieve the grades that she wanted, which has really helped to build her confidence.
Victoria is a very patient and considerate tutor who I have worked with for a while now. She has been invaluable in sharing her knowledge and offering me feedback on my Law studies.