In November 2017 I graduated from The University of Edinburgh with an LLM in Human Rights. I am now taking a year off prior to beginning my PhD, and am available for consistent tutoring in a range of high school subjects: English, Biology, Geography and History, or for a range of law subjects: please see my CV for specialisations. Prior to each class, I would ask that you email me the subject area that you would like to focus our lesson on and the key questions you would like to tackle. For those wishing a consistent period of tutoring, please get in touch and I will create a lesson plan timetable for the period you wish to cover.
During my undergrad, I completed an exchange year in Norway and tutored English for two families in Oslo. During my high school years, I also volunteered within our school's learning department and assisted by tutoring students when they did not feel able to go into a classroom environment. I have a very approachable nature and work hard to inspire my students to attain their best. I work very well with young students, and young adults; I took care of a group of twenty 5-7-year-olds at an American summer camp in 2012, and I currently work as a rock climbing coach in Townsville with an age range of 8-17 in my classes.
Cancellation Policy: full refund given 48 hours notice, charged at half price thereafter
Master of Laws: Human Rights, The University of Edinburgh 2016-17 With Merit Classification |
Relevant Areas of Study: International Human Rights Law | Cultures of Human Rights and Humanitarianism | Mental Health and Crime | Sexual Offending and the Law | Fundamental Issues in Medical Jurisprudence | Dissertation: ‘Doing Her Time:’ An Analysis of Potential Human Rights Violations Occurring in Women’s Prisons, and the Scope of Human Rights Protections in Queensland Australia
Bachelor of Laws with Honours: Law and Social Anthropology, The University of Edinburgh 2011-15
2:1 Classification | Relevant Areas of Study: Family Law Ordinary | Contract and Unjustified Enrichment | Legal Reasoning and Legal System | Evidence and Criminal Law | Succession and Trust Law | Public Law and Individual Rights | Business Entities | Asylum and Refugee Law and Policy | Neuroscience and the Law | Dissertation: ‘By All Means Necessary.’ A comparative analysis between the international definition of torture and the international consensus on a definition for terrorism.
Bachelor of Laws with Honours: Exchange Year, The University of Oslo 2013-14
Relevant Areas of Study: International Humanitarian Law | Refugee and Asylum Law (International Focus) | Women’s Law and Human Rights | Torture, Terror, and Rights (Criminology) |
Inverkeithing High School, Scotland, UK 2005-11 Advanced Highers: AAC Highers: AAAAABB
National Group Awards: Emergency First Aid at Work SCQF Level 5 06/2016 - 06/2019
Specialist Awards: Chinese Bridge Award 09/2011 | 200 hours Millennium Volunteer Award
Erin is a wonderful person. She understands people's needs, and inspires them with her hard work and genuine care for them. I think Erin's determination and honesty would make her a great teacher.
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