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Rebecca graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2012 with a 2:1. She then went on to complete the Bar Professional Training Course, again at Manchester Metropolitan University and she achieved a Very Competent classification. Rebecca is also a meditator (ADRgroup). Having taught at the University of Chester as a Visiting Lecturer, Rebecca is confident in teaching undergraduate students of all levels. She is able to teach the following modules: Criminal Law, Evidence, Public Law, Law of the European Union, Family Law and the English Legal System.

Mediator & Visiting Lecturer


Sabrina has over three years experience working as a Paralegal in Real Estate, specialising in Residential Development. Her previous employment includes Gowling WLG and Eversheds. She is currently completing her LPC with Business part time at BPP Law School. Property and land law are Sabrina's specialist areas. However, she is also able to provide support on a range of legal topics for A-level, LLB, LLM and LPC students. This includes assistance more generally with proof-reading and exam and interview techniques. Sabrina graduated in 2011 with an LLB in Law at the University of Birmingham and later in 2012, with an LLM in International Commercial Law, studying modules such as International Commercial Arbitration. Sabrina firmly believes that we are own limitations and that we all have the ability to succeed.


Laura has graduated with a 2:1 Law degree in July and she has recently been Called to the Bar with a certificate of honours and is a barrister of Middle Temple. She received "Outstandings" in her advocacy modules, drafting, Family Law and Clinical Negligence where she received 96%. Laura has a specific interest in Civil Litigation including advanced Torts, Professional Negligence, Personal Injury, Clinical Negligence and Family Law. Laura is regularly in the Bristol County Courts representing clients in a pro bono scheme acting as a Mckenzie Friend, varying from non molestation orders to injunctions. Laura has written a number of articles around the Montreal Convention pursuant to claiming for personal injuries abroad and in an aircraft. In Laura’s spare time she enjoys playing rugby.

Future Pupil Barrister

Renu Gulrajani

Renu has graduated from BPP with a first class honours in an accelerated law degree and intends to begin the LPC at BPP in January 2017. She has previous mentoring and tutoring experience, and will be happy to proofread any work, and provide invaluable exam technique and tips. Renu has also participated in Pro bono work for the Employment Law Telephone advice line, and has attended numerous open days across different sectors in order to enhance her commercial acumen.  Having excelled in these subjects, Renu is confident in teaching the following: Criminal Law, English Legal Systems and Skills, Land law, Tort law, Medical law, Financial Crime, and Banking and International Finance law.

First Class LLB


Beth is studying for the LLM LPC at the University of Law, Bloomsbury. She gained a First Class Honours in History from Royal Holloway, University of London and subsequently completed the GDL at the London Moorgate centre of the University of Law. She is completing Family, Employment, Private Client and Commercial Dispute Resolution on the LPC and she is interested in specialising in one of these areas after her training contract. 

First Class Graduate


Chloe is an LLB Graduate who completed her degree at the University of Derby and secured a strong 2:1 classification. She aspires to become a Criminal Law Barrister and has been offered a place to study the BPTC at BPP University, she hopes to do this after completing her LLM (specialising in Transnational Criminal Law) at Derby. Chloe feels confident tutoring in the following areas/modules: criminal law, mental health law, medical law, independent study, evidence and coroners court. She is also happy to proofread any work and offer advice/guidance on how to secure mini-pupillages/interviews/work experience.


Iram graduated from Liverpool John Moores University in July 2015 with a 2:1 in Law and Criminal Justice LLB Hons; as well as receiving an accreditation from the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in Negotiation and Mediation whilst also volunteering at the Liverpool Civil and Family Court as part of the Personal Support Unit to help litigants in person, witnesses, family members and general members of the public by accompanying them to court for a range of civil and family proceedings.  Iram currently works at a commercial practice and is hoping to secure a training contract whilst studying for the LPC LLM at the University of Law. Iram is competent in tutoring the following modules: Banking Regulation and Financial Crime, Criminal law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Theories of Crime and Punishment, Legal Skills, Foundations, Contract and Tort.


Stephanie is a graduate from the University of Leicester, where she read Law and attained a 2:1. She went on further to study a LLM in International Commercial Law at University College London and achieve a very high Merit. Following successful completion of the BPTC, she was called to the Bar in July 2015 by The Honourable Society of The Inner Temple. She is currently working as a paralegal specialising in conveyancing and tax at a commercial firm in London. She intends to pursue a commercial Chancery practice at the Bar with a particular emphasis on Property law. She is able to tutor in the following: BPTC Civil Litigation, Criminal Litigation and Professional Ethics, LLM International Commercial Litigation (Private International law), ADR, LLB Family law, EU law, Criminal law, Tort law and Medical law.


Rahana has graduated from the University of Greenwich with a LLB Law Hons with scholarship. At present Rahana is a conveyancing paralegal and can tutor on:  Land Law, Equity and Trusts, Law of Contract, Law of Torts, International Law, Law of Evidence, Public Law and Criminal Law. 


Misha Sachania graduated from the University of Warwick with a 2.1 classification in July 2015, and is now a Paralegal at the Loan Market Association (LMA) in Canary Wharf, London, working specifically in the syndicated loan market. Misha aims to obtain a training contract at a commercial law firm and upstart a career as a Solicitor in the financial industry. Misha is flexible with regards to tutoring and is able to do so in a variety of legal subjects, including all the qualifying law modules. As well as tutoring, she is able to assist with legal articles and recruitment/CV enhancing.

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