The transition into a law degree from school can be difficult because of the volume of new materials that has to be digested and the methodologies that have to be learnt. However, the biggest factor which holds new students back from achieving high grades is often not a lack of understanding of the subject but figuring out how to write essays well, i.e. clearly and with well-structured reasoning. This general course is designed to prepare students for completing law assessments on the English LLB programme, or as an optional module from other degree disciplines. On this course, students will cover general skills for revision, as well as targeted sessions for different types of assessments, such as problem questions, essay questions, dissertations, articles, and Covid-style take-home exams.
5 HOURS Total Length
Dissertations and Longer Research Projects
Covid-Style Take-Home Assessments
Abe is a recent law graduate passionate about passing on what he has learned to the next generation of law students! Not only does he have a specific concentration in German Law, but he is able to teach all LLB modules.