Our tutors have unrivalled experience of training students for legal careers. We employ a team of over 250 tutors, professors and visiting lecturers across our ten campuses to deliver our undergraduate, postgraduate and professional development training. They are qualified solicitors, barrister or judges, with extensive practical experience and share a passion for law and teaching. Many still practise, which means you’ll learn from their insight into today’s legal world.
Each student has a personal tutor providing one-to-one ongoing support, as well as advice on starting working life, whether in law or another discipline. Resident tutors based in our centres operate an open door policy, so you can talk to them whenever you need.
Here is a summary of the experience of some our LLB tutors.
I am a Senior Tutor at the Manchester campus and teach on the LLB, as well as on the LPC and GDL courses. I undertook my legal training at DLA Piper and qualified as an employment lawyer, working across the full spectrum of employment law matters for a number of large firms across the North West and London.
I am an Associate Professor at the Guildford campus and teach on the LLB, as well as the GDL and LPC courses. As a trainee I joined Hogan Lovells and, once qualified, I practised IP/IT law, working for high street brands and global public companies, covering a range of different matters from drafting and negotiating confidentiality agreements through to corporate support work on large international M&A transactions.
I am an Academic Manager at the Birmingham campus and specialised in Private Client law before joining The University of Law. I teach EU Law on the LLB and GDL and teach Real Estate on the LPC.
I am a Senior Tutor at the London Bloomsbury campus and teach on the LLB. I started my legal life as a corporate/commercial lawyer in the City of London, working for a large music corporation and then went on to own a small high street practice. I now teach part-time and I practice part-time at a criminal law firm.
As a former student I knew that Ulaw excelled as a provider of legal educationMatthew Tomlinson , Lecturer, Manchester