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Experienced teacher offering law grinds in criminal, equity, land, constitutional and family law.

Roisin S.

Speaks: English

I graduated from my LLB last year from the University of Galway and I am currently working as a teacher in the University of Galway, teaching family law. I am currently studying for the professional legal exams (FE1s) I provide notes and sample answers.


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James B.

Speaks: English

I have been a lawyer and Judge for the past 33 years. Twenty eight of those years were in my own general practice. I also taught law in a paralegal program in two schools, including contracts, torts, legal writing, civil procedure and business law. I am available for undergraduate students, law students or newly admitted attorneys. Thanks Jim


Experienced legal practitioner offers law grinds

Caroline F.

Speaks: English

Honours law graduate from UCD practising as legal professional for 17 years available to give grinds for FE1 or law subjects. Excellent drafting skills and tips on exam techniques and study techniques. Friendly and interested in promoting learning in law


LLM Student and Qualified Canadian Lawyer offering Law tutoring

Stevan M.

Speaks: English

My name is Stevan Manojlovic. I am currently enrolled in UCC's LLM program, scheduled to graduate in September 2022. Prior to attending UCC, I worked in Canada as a lawyer for 4 years. I worked at a leading global law firm and one of Canada's largest banks. My specialization was in commercial litigation. I have a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Western Ontario (Law school in Canada), and a bachelor's degree from Drexel University (in the United States).


Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves. ...

Rabia S.

Speaks: English

I'm experienced teacher from pakistan and i have done my masters in psychology feom University of Peshawar Pakistan. I have teaching experience in many schools/colleges and in many especial educational setups,social sciences and Urdu is my especiallity so,i can teach psychology, philosophy and urdu very well

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Olabisi Onabanjo University

LL.Dip (Diploma in Law)

Jun 2014 - Mar 2016

A 2 years deep exposure to Contract Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Civil Procedure, Criminal Procedure, Human Rights Law, Evidence Law, Law of Torts, etc Graduated with a Distinction Grade, and award of overall best student.


Cairo University

Bachelor in Law

Sep 1995 - May 1999

Bachelor in Law


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Sep 2011 - present

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Dentons LLP

Litigation Associate

Jul 2017 - Sep 2020

I worked as a Commercial Litigator in one of the largest law firms in the world.


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Environmental law, Constitution of India, Law of Contract, Law of torts, Law of Seas, Biodiversity laws, forest laws

Dr. Ritu D.

(PHD Environmental Law)
Thesis : Sustainable Development and Laws Relating to Bio-Diversity and Forest Conservation: An Analytical Study in Indian Perspective
Proactive decision maker, an environmental law expert, a botanist, an ecologist, , an academician utilizing strong knowledge in the fields of environmental law , botany, ecology, biodiversity, forests and environmental conservation, sociology and having highest degrees in different fields of Arts, Science and Law. Aptitude to handle high level environmental law research work utilizing expertise and vast experience and merging it with a globally focused approach utilizing skills to amalgamate personal enrichment with professional goals. An ability to find solutions for the loss of biodiversity , natural forests and environmental pollution leading to sustainable development at national and global levels.
 Strategic Planning in environmental conservation  Legal Consultancy in environmental laws Legal analysis of environmental issues Statutory Compliance in environmental laws  Documentation  Strategies for Forest conservation  Legal/Administrative Strategy in environmental conservation, law Schemes for achieving Sustainable development goals  Legal Research in biodiversity conservation  Joint Venture Agreements for ecological support  Understanding of the National and International Environmental Legislations  A good understanding of Public international laws, Constitution of India Human rights Legal analysis of Environmental laws and International conventions Sustainable development Role of Technology in forest and biodiversity conservationTraditional knowledge systems and biodiversity and forest conservation The wild life protection Legislations The Constitution of India,  Trade Marks IPR Obliteration of Biopiracy  Collaboration Agreements  Ethnobotany  Ethno studies  Biodiversity registers Traditional Knowledge Digital Library Cross Functional Coordination for the protection and conservation of nature  Multi-talented Author, authored three books and 20 papers on environmental causes  Conservation of Biodiversity and forests  A good understanding of the concept of sustainable cities by preserving natural ecosystems in their pristine state with enhanced biodiversity by using various innovative methods, technical know-how and traditional knowledge systems
1. Environment and its various components.
1.1 Biotic and Abiotic
1.2 The atmosphere
1.3 The ecological web
1.4 Various components of nature and their importance.
2. Significance and importance of Environmental Law
1.1 Various types of pollutions, Air, Water, Soil, Noise ,Light
1.2 Loss of biodiversity, reasons
1.3 Climate change, climate refugees
1.4 Anthropogenic interferences and environmental degradation
1.5 Sustainable development – the concept and importance
3. Development of International Environmental Law
4. Introduction to International Initiatives related to Environmental Conservation Targeting Sustainable Development
5. Brundtland Report and Concept of Sustainable Development
6. International Conventions and Conservation of Environment
7. International Whaling Commission, 1946
8. International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) 1951
9. Convention on Wetlands or The Ramsar Convention ,1971
10. The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), 1975
11. Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS), 1983
12. Vienna Convention for the Protection of Ozone Layer ,1985
13. The Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention,1989
14. Earth Summit , Forest Principles and Agenda 21 ,1992
15. The United nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)1992
16. The United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) 1994
17. Convention on the Biodiversity (1992)
(i) Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety to The Convention on Biological Diversity (2000)
(ii) COP 10 -Nagoya Protocol and Aichi Biodiversity Targets (2010)
(iii)The Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from their Utilization to the Convention on Biological Diversity
(iv)Aichi Biodiversity Targets
(v) COP 12 (2014)
(vi) COP 14 (2018)
18.United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea LOS Convention, Montego Bay, 1982
19. The Millennium Development Goals (2000)
20. Sustainable Development Goals of 2015
21. Achieving the Seventeen Sustainable Development Goals of 2015
(i) (SDG, Goal 1) Poverty to be eradicated in all forms with the help of conserving forests and biodiversity
(ii)(SDG,Goal2) Promotion of sustainable agriculture, achievement of food security, eradication of hunger and up gradation of the nutritional standards
(iii) (SDG, Goal 3) Promotion of well-being and ensuring healthy lives for people of all ages.
(iv) (SDG, Goal 4) Promotion of lifelong learning prospects by ensuring comprehensive and rightful education for all
(v)(SDG, Goal 5) Empowering all girls and women and achieving gender equality
(vi) (SDG, Goal 6) Sustainable water management to be observed for safeguarding availability of water and sanitation for all-role of forests
(vii) (SDG, Goal 7) Provision for sustainable, reliable, affordable modern-day energy for all
(viii) (SDG, Goal 8) “Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all- Green employment
(ix) (SDG, Goal 9) Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation
(x) (SDG, Goal 10) Reduce inequality within and among countries
(xi) (SDG, Goal 11) Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable
(xii) (SDG, Goal 12) Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
(xiii) (SDG, Goal 13) Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts
(xiv) (SDG, Goal 14) Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development
(xv) (SDG, Goal 15) Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss
(xvi)(SDG, Goal 16) Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels
(xvii) (SDG, Goal 17) strengthens the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development
22.COP’s related to climate change.
(i)Anthropogenic interference and climate change.
(ii)Solutions for combatting climate change
23. Solutions for conservation of biodiversity
24.Advent of Plastic menace and solutions to combat this nuisance.
25.The principle of “in dubio pro natura”
26. International cases on environmental law
27.Giving exercises to students for finding solutions to various environmental problems.


Bachelors Degree and Masters Degree in Law

Niamh K.

Covered a wide range of modules from criminal law and constitutional law to human rights law and european union law.
All FE-1 entrance exams subjects and King's Inss admission exam subjects covered.



Arvind T.

I have a Master's degree in Human rights Law from Maastricht University. I also have 3 research papers published in various journals. This demonstrates my expertise in the field of public international law, more particularly human rights law and I would be able to assist you with your legal education.

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