PremiumAlisha Y.

Alisha Y.

£36 - £38 /hr

Law (Masters) - Bristol University

39 completed lessons

About me

Hello, My name is Alisha, and I am currently studying LPC at University of Law, after graduating with a 2:1 from my LLB (Law Degree) at the University of Bristol. From completing my A Level law, I can safely say, that getting top marks are achievable and definitely easier than you may initially believe. During my sessions, I will give an over view of the area of law to cover, and explain the law, entwining both case law and statute. From the beginning, I will have the exam focus in mind, so please bear with as I believe by getting in this frame set early on, this is the best way to achieve high grades. Law is very methodical, and with precise and indeed, concise information from me, I will work with you to achieve whatever grade you are hoping for (and hopefully a grade higher!) I look forward to hearing from you and if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to send me a 'Web Mail' or to book a 'Meet a Tutor Session' (both accessible through the website!) Looking forward to meeting you and helping you get the best grade possible!

Hello, My name is Alisha, and I am currently studying LPC at University of Law, after graduating with a 2:1 from my LLB (Law Degree) at the University of Bristol. From completing my A Level law, I can safely say, that getting top marks are achievable and definitely easier than you may initially believe. During my sessions, I will give an over view of the area of law to cover, and explain the law, entwining both case law and statute. From the beginning, I will have the exam focus in mind, so please bear with as I believe by getting in this frame set early on, this is the best way to achieve high grades. Law is very methodical, and with precise and indeed, concise information from me, I will work with you to achieve whatever grade you are hoping for (and hopefully a grade higher!) I look forward to hearing from you and if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to send me a 'Web Mail' or to book a 'Meet a Tutor Session' (both accessible through the website!) Looking forward to meeting you and helping you get the best grade possible!

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Rory Student

30 Jan

Went through the whole of negligence in one hour and understood every bit of it!

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Rory Student

28 Jan

Adapted to my learning style very quickly and understood everything within Occupiers liability.

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Sophie Student

20 Dec, 2018

Gave a really clear breakdown of the steps needed for the topics we covered today (Murder & Involuntary MS) that was easy to understand and will help me answer exam questions.

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Narmeen Student

2 Dec, 2018

She is amazing and very fast with her replies, I highly recommend her as a tutor as she is very detailed with feedback etc.

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
lawA-level (A2)A
economicsA-level (A2)A*
statisticsA-level (A2)A
Law LLBDegree (Bachelors)2:1

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrice
LawA Level£38 /hr
LawGCSE£36 /hr
LNATUniversity£38 /hr
LawUniversity£38 /hr

Questions Alisha has answered

What is the difference between assault and battery?

As James J stated in the case of Fagan v MPC: Although "assault" is an independent crime and is to be treated as such, for practical purposes today "assault" is generally synonymous with the term "battery", and is a term used to mean the actual intended use of unlawful force to another person without his consent.' Assault AR: Any act which causes the victim to apprehend an immediate infliction of violence, eg raising a fist or pointing a gun. Assault MR: Intention or subjective recklessness. Battery AR: The infliction of unlawful force by one person upon another. Battery MR: Intention or subjective recklessness.As James J stated in the case of Fagan v MPC: Although "assault" is an independent crime and is to be treated as such, for practical purposes today "assault" is generally synonymous with the term "battery", and is a term used to mean the actual intended use of unlawful force to another person without his consent.' Assault AR: Any act which causes the victim to apprehend an immediate infliction of violence, eg raising a fist or pointing a gun. Assault MR: Intention or subjective recklessness. Battery AR: The infliction of unlawful force by one person upon another. Battery MR: Intention or subjective recklessness.

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