At Uber Tutors, we provide exceptional private tutoring in all law modules and degrees including LLB, LPC, BPTC and LLM. As the pioneers of university level tutoring in the UK, we recognised that law students needed special supportive teaching, especially in black letter law subjects.  

Popular law subjects:

At Uber Tutors, our exceptional team of law tutors provide private tutoring to London and UK students in Contract law, Criminal law, Property and Land law, Public law, Intellectual Property law, Company law Equity, and EU and International law, Jurisprudence and more. We also provide tutoring for LLM modules, assignments and modules – if your course is not mentioned here, please get in touch! We can help.

How our law tutoring works:

Our expert team provides an in depth consultation with each student, understanding their subject needs, challenges and goals. We recommend the perfectly tailored tutoring plan that targets their needs and goals and is in line with the student’s budget.

Our law tutoring programmes can be short term or long term, depending on assignment and exam goals. We match the most suitable tutor – highly achieved, experienced, trained and personable. We then follow the student and tutor’s progress at each step!  

Now that’s beautiful teaching ambitious law students deserve! 

Our success rate:

As the first private tutors to offer university level tutoring, we have perfected our teaching approach for law students. As a result, ca. 98% of our law students receive top grades, ranging from high Upper Seconds (2:1) to high Firsts (1:1). Our tutoring and mentorship makes a big difference to gaining the results, training contract or pupillage.


Ethical business model:

As the pioneers of law tutoring in London, Uber Tutors is the only private tutoring service to have an ethical business model . We know the huge impact private tutoring has on students’ grades and futures and we want to make sure law students of all backgrounds have access to quality tutoring and mentorship. Ask us about our subsidised rates to students from low income backgrounds.

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