His best selling subjects: Law, ECON1101 Microeconomics 1, ECON1102 Macroeconomics 1, and Academic Writing.
Welcome to my Platute profile!
I have recently graduated with a Distinction WAM in a combined Bachelor of Laws (LLB) / Bachelor or Commerce (Accounting) double degree at the University of New South Wales.
I am currently working in a federal government office specializing in law interpretation, legal enforcement and accounting treatments. From this, I have gained exposure to many different areas of law including taxation, commercial law, business entities, civil law and corporations law.
I have also worked at PwC as an Associate for external audit. Whilst at PwC, I completed risk and regulatory assurance for large banks.
In terms of my legal career, I have worked as a Debt Recovery Law Clerk at Grace Lawyers in Sydney for 3 years. Earlier in 2020, I was also employed as a Document Review Paralegal at the notable Australian law firm Gilbert + Tobin, where I worked in a short-term project focusing on consumer and commercial law.
I have also previously worked as a Customer Service Consultant at IT firm irwinSolutions, where I was responsible for quality control. Prior to that, I worked as a Customer Support Operator in the call Centre of 13CABS Sydney.
If you require any assistance in your studies in law and/or commerce, do not hesitate to reach out to me! Happy to help and keen to see you succeed!
Available on weekdays after 6pm! Weekend bookings by appointment. Will always try to meet at a time which suits you and tailor my teaching style to your individual needs.
University of New South Wales - Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)
Law Interpretation Officer @ Australian Gov.
Associate (External Audit) @ PwC
Academic Tutor @ University of NSW
Debt Recovery Law Clerk @ Grace Lawyers
Document Review Paralegal @ Gilbert + Tobin
Customer Service Consultant @ irwinSolutions
Customer Support Operator @ 13CABS Sydney
Customer Service Representative @ KFC
To set up a session, send a message introducing yourself and ask to session time.