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Become a Law Tutor

Why become a law tutor with Oxbridge Notes?

1. We're free

Our tutor listing service is free of charge both to tutors and people seeking tutors. (We finance this branch through our law notes business.)

2. We're big

Our website’s legal pages get about 50,000 hits per month in the UK.

3. We specialize in law

Our profiles let you list exactly what law modules you teach, all in a user-friendly way that makes it a snap for students to find tutors.

4. We have a great reputation

By listing with us, you’ll inherit some of the reputation our company has built up by catering to the high-end legal education market for more than ten years.


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You'll hear from us within the next few days if your application has been accepted.


  1. Fill in email, password and password confirmation to create a new user account. If you already have a user account but aren't logged in, please log in here.

  2. Enter your name (or a catchy username if you'd prefer )

  3. Legal Education and Experience

    Please select all that apply

  4. Tutoring offered*

    Select the modules you offer. Get in touch with us after applying if we don't have a drop down for a module you offer. Giving your grade is completely optional (but it goes far in wooing students)

    LLB
    LPC
    BPTC
    GDL
  5. Choose 'Other' if yours is not in the list. Note that we only allow institutions in the UK.

  6. Choose 'Other' if yours is not in the list

  7. Write a short description of your background and tutoring style to give potential students an idea of why they should choose you. (We'll give you a chance to perfect it later) No need to include which modules you offer, since you already gave us that info above.

  8. A photo helps students put a face to their tutor and builds trust. Tutors with photos receive up to three times more jobs.

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