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The cost of private law tuition in London can be as low as £22.50. The price of each individual lesson is dependant on how long your child would like tuition support and how many lessons they take per week. The more they learn, the lower the price of each lesson! Why not book a free trial session for you and your child to see how we can help?

Students in London can access GoStudent's pool of 21 law tutors. Our tutors are experts in giving 1-2-1 private tuition in law. To get a free trial session for your child, simply provide your details and we will get back to you.

With GoStudent your child can get private tuition online from one of our law tutors in London. Online tuition is a great option for you and your child, meaning you don't have to take your child to a class or cover the cost of a tutor to come to your home. Why not see how private tuition can work for you and your child by booking a free trial lesson.

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Getting private law tutoring in London can be a great benefit for your child.

  • Private law tuition can help your child consolidate what they have been learning in school.
  • 1-2-1 tutoring can be great in helping your child work through their law homework and coursework.
  • Personal tutoring is a great way for your child to build confidence ahead of their law exams.
  • And tutoring is a great way to help your child if they need a little extra law help or if they are excelling at law and want to continue studying it at a higher level.

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Law tutoring in London

If you’re finding it challenging to keep up with the demands of your legal degree at a London university, private tutoring could be just what you need.

If any of the following apply to you, you’re likely to benefit from individual law tutoring:

  • You’re confronting an unknown law exam and need guidance on the correct way to tackle the questions.
  • You find that law is particularly challenging because of the way it’s continuously evolving every year, and you’re inundated with fresh material during your degree.
  • Studying law doesn’t necessarily mean that other study skills such as research or essay writing come easy to you, and you may need extra support.
  • You’re undertaking a legal degree or qualification in a second language and need guidance with some of the more difficult terminology, concepts or essays.

Law tuition is not necessarily just about getting extra support for specific law problems. It's also about gaining organisational skills and building the mentality it requires to study law - something that will stay with you throughout your future profession.

If this sounds interesting to you, then legal tuition might be just what you need to succeed.

Why choose English tuition in London with GoStudent?

The benefit of personalised law school tutoring in London is that it can be tailored to each student's specific needs.

In London and across the UK and Ireland, GoStudent has several expert legal tutors who can help you with a wide range of law degrees such as:

  • Bachelor of Laws (Latin Legum Baccalaureus - LLB)
  • Postgraduate diploma in law (GDL) or graduate diploma in law (PGDL) Master of Arts in Law (PGDL) - MA Law (Master of Arts in Law) (all modules)
  • LLM is an abbreviation for Master of Laws (multiple subjects)
  • Courses in legal practice - LPC and Bar practice course - BPC CILEx Diplomas (all levels) and the Solicitors qualifying examination (SQE)
  • PhD in Law (PhD in Law)
  • The Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme (QLTS) offers A level and AS level courses and foundation courses for qualified lawyers.
  • Courses offered through distance learning (Open Uni, London International, London External, Aston, Nottingham Online etc.)

Some students require weekly lessons to aid them with class preparation, substantive law, and exam writing abilities.

Some students start tutoring during the semester to work on any gaps in their knowledge and for support with exam preparation.

Some students just seek feedback on hypotheses, practice tests, and other non-graded tasks.

At GoStudent, we can help you select which sort of law tuition will work best for you. If you’re unsure about what you require assistance with, don’t hesitate to contact us.

We'd be more than happy to talk with you about your alternatives. To get started, simply fill out the Tutoring Contact Form with some basic information about yourself, and we'll get back to you with more information about your options for law tutoring in London.

We are enthusiastic about assisting law students in London to achieve their objectives! Please let us know if we can help you locate the best appropriate tutor to work with you one-on-one to make the most out of your law school experience.

Studying Law in London

Law is an integral part of British history and culture. It was introduced by the Romans, who built a fortress on one of the hills known as Tower Hill, which became a place for trials and executions during medieval times.

Even today, the City of Law still exists with many courts located within its boundaries, such as Westminster Hall, where King Henry III presided over the first trial for high treason. London has a long and illustrious history.

If you're interested in law and want to study it at a university, studying Law in London is an excellent choice. Britain’s capital city has been the birthplace of many famous lawyers and houses some of Britain’s most prestigious law schools.

London has a rich history that dates back to the 16th century. Law schools have been around since the 1600s, too. Some famous lawyers from London include:

  • Sir Christopher Wray was an English lawyer and judge who served as Lord Chief Justice of England from 1594 until he died in 1597. He held office during the rule of Queen Elizabeth I.
  • Sir Edward Coke was a lawyer, judge and Member of Parliament in the early 17th century during the reigns of James I and Charles I. He is remembered in particular for his role in the dispute between the Crown and Parliament that led to the English Civil War and as an outspoken critic of the King's policy of religious tolerance towards Catholics.
  • Sir William Blackstone was an English judge and a professor at the Oxford University Law School from 1758 to 1838. He is most noted for writing "Commentaries on Law", which had a lasting effect on British law, providing a solid foundation for future common law decisions and influencing international law.
  • Sir James Mackintosh was a Scottish jurist, judge and historian who served as the Lord Rector of Marischal College in Aberdeen for over thirty years. He is also known for his jury trial, which influenced the Seventh Amendment to the United States Constitution and Article III of the Australian Constitution.

Law schools are available across the city, but if your main interest lies in criminal justice, it may be best to study at prominent universities like UCL, Kings or Goldstice. However, there are many options to choose from; it may take a little research on your part before you find which one is best for you, but each will have its benefits, whether its prestige or location appeals most.

Whichever university you are planning to study at, GoStudent can help you achieve your full potential with private tutoring.