Law Tutors - An invitation to contribute to legal blogs and resources.

Have you got a passion and interest in such things as e-learning, equality, self-study and research? Do you believe in making law as accessible as possible to learners?

A Level Law - A/S and A2


Lawmentor is a major resource for law students. Not only does it cater for A/S and A2 law students but it also supports law students at different levels.

The site is modern and up to date and the user friendly design is intended to make the subject more accessible. The site has been designed with ease of use in mind and lends itself to use by Sixth Form and College students as well as students undertaking self study.


We are hoping to form a working relationship with a number of experienced law tutors who may be interested in supporting the concept of an open access law mentoring site for the benefit of students studying law at A Level.


You will probably be a tutor in a successful Sixth Form or FE College involved in the delivery of the subject to students having a range of abilities and potential outcomes.


You will be an expert in your field but you will also have a passion and interest in such things as e-learning, equality, self-study and research. You are a firm believer in making law as accessible as possible to learners.


Lawmentor is hoping to encourage you, as a law tutor, to explore the benefits of tutors and students using our mentoring site to facilitate access to a lively and topical resource for the benefit of all concerned. The intention is to strengthen the site by enabling others to share in its use and enable others to influence its development for the benefit of students.


If you are interested in any of the following:


blogging;


sharing articles;


exchanging views;


contributing to a better understanding or insight to legal issues;


providing insight to a particular area of study;


sharing your views with other law tutors and learners;


promoting law as an area for study;


facilitating student feedback;


-you may feel that you have something valuable to contribute.


If you feel you would like to volunteer some time and skills then get in touch with us by email explaining how you would like to be involved. Your correspondence will be treated with confidence.  

 

To contact us please use the 'contact us' link on the right hand side of the page. 

 

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