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Our interview process, stringent qualifications, and background screening ensure that only the best Criminal Law tutors work with Varsity Tutors. To assure a successful experience, you're paired with one of these qualified tutors by an expert director - and we stand behind that match with our money-back guarantee.

Receive personally tailored Criminal Law lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with the best tutor for your particular needs while offering flexible scheduling to fit your busy life.

Criminal Law Tutoring FAQ

Criminal law is the division of the American legal system with which people are most familiar. The word law" tends to conjure up images of criminal proceedings in popular crime dramas or the real-life trials of celebrity suspects. Many law students can even trace the origins of their passion for the law to fictional portrayals of criminal law.

Along with criminal law's cultural import, it is one of the most important courses in law school. To begin with, it is one of the required courses for first-year law students. It is also a mandatory subject on bar exams, although generalized principles of criminal law are substituted with state-specific criminal law statutes on the examinations. Perhaps the most significant aspect of criminal law is its vocational aspect. Strong skills in criminal law open up a vast array of job opportunities for law students, like careers as criminal defense attorneys and prosecutors. The opportunities available in certain practice areas can be very volatile based on the economy, but the amount of criminal law work remains relatively stable in comparison.

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Recent Criminal Law Tutoring Session Notes

Online Criminal Law Tutoring review by Raef
We went over the practice questions for the science section of the admissions test and the student recognized the questions from his class. We looked over all his past tests and projects from his science class and he recounted the different experiments and exercises he performed. He has at least another week before he takes the test and I think he should do very well. Next week, we will continue reviewing.
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Online Criminal Law Tutoring review by Rachel
I created  mock test for the student, which we completed during this session. I covered natural selection, protein function, the importance of water, mutations, food webs, trophic levels, animal/plant/bacteria similarities/differences and central dogma. The student answered all of the questions. I think she will do wonderfully on her EOC, she has studied very hard and shown a lot of focus.
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Online Criminal Law Tutoring review by Lindsay
Worked through Algebra 1 review packet provided by the student's instructor. We covered properties of exponents, multiplying polynomials, and factoring polynomials. He caught on quickly once the topics were explained and did very well.
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Online Criminal Law Tutoring review by Chastity
Session consisted of a math game, where we worked with multiplication fact fluency. We also used online math quizzes to work on geometry vocabulary. We continued multiplication fact practice using online timed math drills. We also began division fact fluency.
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Online Criminal Law Tutoring review by Rebekah
The student and I reviewed three of her syllabuses for her courses this semester. She has not yet received one syllabus, as that class has not begun yet. We then created a time-line for projects and test dates. There will be two troublesome weeks when she has multiple major assignments due at once. We then looked ahead to determine whether she could begin working on an assignment. Her first major due date is an exam, but around the same time she also has an article response due. She and I began working on this assignment by searching for an article. We found one possibility that she will review before we meet again. She will also continue looking to see if she can find any other articles.
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Online Criminal Law Tutoring review by Natalie
The student and I continued with multiplication today and worked on 7, 8, 9, and 10. She is struggling with the basic concept, so we'll continue working on this next week. I think one of the issues is that she is still not completely sure of her addition facts and often counts on her fingers. She also read another Junie. B Jones chapter to me. The other student and I spent the entire time working on his speech. He made a great looking slideshow, and we ran through the speech several times. It would be great if he could practice a few times this weekend. Also, I was so glad to hear that both students had great report cards!
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