|Revision Seminars in Toronto
|Since 2004, QED Law has provided revision seminars in London for students studying the University of London International Programmes LLB. The seminars were offered for the first time in Toronto in 2016.
Venue Newton’s Grove School, 6850 Goreway Drive Mississauga, L4V 1V7
|About QED Law|
|The QED Law team are subject specialists and have many years experience as senior and principal lecturers and examiners on LLB programmes at UK universities.
For many years they have provided academic support to University of London LLB students both privately and at institutions recognised by the University.
In addition they have produced study materials for the University VLE and taught on revision courses in London and abroad.
Drawing on their experience the lecturers will provide:
|The following subjects will be taught in Toronto this academic year: LSM, Criminal Law, Law of Contract, Public Law, Law of Tort, EU Law and Property Law. For the topics to be covered please view the subject programmes pages.|
|Seminar Programme 2020
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“I think QED is enormously valuable. It’s no coincidence that every first class mark I have got in an exam has been in a subject for which I have attended a QED seminar. Similarly, the two subjects in which I have been awarded a prize from the University of London International Programme for the highest examination results, Contract in first year and Property last year, happen to be the two subjects that were most impacted by the QED seminars in terms of my revision strategy and approach.” Jessica Rowlands, University of London
“I really enjoyed the Law of Contract seminar. It has certainly made me more confident when approaching exam questions. I’m now looking at past exam questions in a different light as it’s easier to spot the issues being raised and how to approach them.” Paul Dale , LLB, University of London International Programmes
“Contract, Crime and Public: I have to say that the seminars were excellent, and I think that many people felt the same.” Khandaker Rahman, LLB, University of London
“I graduated with a first and highly recommend QED Law to any student looking for excellent revision sessions. I attended the revision seminars every spring throughout my degree and found them extremely helpful.” Rachel Akodu, LLB, University of London
“The QED Revision lectures were excellent. I felt through all the sessions that the tutors had a real desire to help us and had an excellent grasp on common problems for students within each syllabus. They approached the subjects from the point of view of what’s important for the exam itself. This was very refreshing and much needed.” Val Crawford LLB, University of London
“Thanks to QED Law expert lecturers for the excellent support. I found the the revision classes very helpful. They cover all the essential concepts and key topics, focusing on exam techniques that will give you the confidence to approach your exams with absolute peace of mind. The team of lecturers are experts with vast experience in their special subjects.” Albert Bass, LLB, University of London
“The courses you provide are excellent value for money and an integral part of revision strategy. I have happily recommended the courses to a number of students over the years.” Nicci Hilson LLB, University of London
“The QED Law revision seminars were definitely of value in consolidating my knowledge and understanding as well as preparing me for the format of the examinations. In addition, the friendly and supportive approach of the QED’s tutors certainly took some of the strain off the revision process.” David Erdos, LLB, University of London
“The areas revised by the QED lecturers were similar to those tested on the actual exams. As a result, I was able to tackle and pass the exams with ease. S.Dee. LLB, University of London
“Thank you for the course programme (Contract, Criminal, CLRI and Public). It was really informative and helpful. At this point, we’ve all read a lot and need to have someone to rein us in and tell us how to use the information in order to solve a problem or present an argument. The lecturers clearly helped us to understand the method of answering questions. Thank you so much.” Andrina Giusti, LLB, University of London