Subject Tutoring is an initiative of the UTS LSS that aims to provide peer support amongst the UTS Law community. We facilitate a service wherein law students with a distinction grade or higher in a completed core law subject/s offer their time to tutor other law students.
Need a tutor? The selection of a tutor is completely at the discretion of the student and all consultations are made via private arrangements. In addition, the hourly tutoring fee will be subject to the arrangements between the tutor and the student. Our list of talented tutors can be found below.Subject tutoring database
Want to be a tutor?
If you have achieved a mark of 75 or above in a core law subject and are interested in becoming a Subject Tutor, please contact Justin Cordi the Education (Internal Engagement) Director at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your name, contact number, email, preferred subjects and academic transcript.
Subject tutoring is a facilitative page only. The UTS LSS does not take responsibility for any issues arising from any understanding or agreement a student and tutor make between themselves.