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Izel I.

Durham - International Relations (Middle East) (Masters)

Hi!I'm Izel and I'm a Law LLB graduate currently studying MA International Relations (Middle East) at Durham University.I took English Literature, History, and Theatre Studies at A-Level, and as a writer and director in student radio and t...

£22-£27

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Izel I.

Durham - International Relations (Middle East) (Masters)

Hi!I'm Izel and I'm a Law LLB graduate currently studying MA International Relations (Middle East) at Durham University.I took English Literature, History, and Theatre Studies at A-Level, and as a writer and director in student radio and t...

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Isabelle B.

Super tutor

Birmingham - LLB Law (Bachelors)

Aspiring English teacher, with a Masters in English and Bachelors in Law, helping students strive for their goals.

£47-£49

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31 reviews

982 lessons

Isabelle B.

Super tutor

Birmingham - LLB Law (Bachelors)

Aspiring English teacher, with a Masters in English and Bachelors in Law, helping students strive for their goals.

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Eleanor S.

Kings College London - International Commercial and Financial Law (LLM) (Masters)

I am currently a postgraduate law student at King’s College London studying International. Commercial Law. I studied undergraduate law at the University of Exeter. I chose law because I enjoy studying how systems of rules adapt to changes in comme...

£47-£49

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17 reviews

313 lessons

Eleanor S.

Kings College London - International Commercial and Financial Law (LLM) (Masters)

I am currently a postgraduate law student at King’s College London studying International. Commercial Law. I studied undergraduate law at the University of Exeter. I chose law because I enjoy studying how systems of rules adapt to changes in comme...

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Tulasi J.

Responds quickly

Oxford Brookes University - LLB Law (Bachelors)

Hello! My name is Tulasi and I am a 1st year Law student at Oxford Brookes University.

£47-£49

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16 reviews

224 lessons

Tulasi J.

Responds quickly

Oxford Brookes University - LLB Law (Bachelors)

Hello! My name is Tulasi and I am a 1st year Law student at Oxford Brookes University.

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Callum D.

Durham - Law LLB (Bachelors)

Hi, my name is Callum and I am a Trevelyan Award Scholar Law Student at Durham University.

£47-£49

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8 reviews

94 lessons

Callum D.

Durham - Law LLB (Bachelors)

Hi, my name is Callum and I am a Trevelyan Award Scholar Law Student at Durham University.

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Beth P.

Exeter - Law LLB (Bachelors)

Friendly and confident tutor here to help you reach your potential and achieve the grades you deserve!

£47-£49

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31 reviews

445 lessons

Beth P.

Exeter - Law LLB (Bachelors)

Friendly and confident tutor here to help you reach your potential and achieve the grades you deserve!

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