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Richard Green has been an examiner in law for a National Unitary Awarding Body in England. He holds a City and Guilds of London Institute diploma in further adult education and tutors in law from GCSE and A level courses to Degree level. He is also an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors. He holds an award from the Joint Council for Qualifications in respect of services to examining.
Richard makes the learning process fun and enjoyable and stimulates both motivation and enthusiasm in the learning process of his students. He fully considers their individual learning needs and adapts law teaching techniques to different student learning styles.
One to one tutoring in law is available as well as lessons by telephone or over the internet. Richard's teaching skills, combined with his particular method of explaining winning examination techniques has proved to be extremely successful and, as a result, many of his students have achieved high grades. He can also critique your law essays and dissertations for you and help you with law essay construction and word counts. He can recommend a most suitable and appropriate Law Text Book or other material best suited to your learning needs.
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