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Our Law tutors (Associate Lecturers) are established university law lecturers, solicitors and barristers but, whatever their background, they all have at least one thing in common: a commitment and interest in teaching law.

If you are interested in teaching Law at The Open University, you can find out more on the Teaching with the OU website.

You can get a flavour of the different people who tutor law students with us by viewing their testimonials below.

Liz Pryke

Student feedback on how their legal academic writing and or referencing skills have improved is a highlight of my day and motivates me to improve my students’ learning.

Dr Anna Przytula-Pieniazek

Teaching at the OU was always my first choice. I can be involved in academia whilst practicing law at the same time. I enjoy the fact that I can teach students from different backgrounds, especially that this also sometimes poses a challenge and allows my skills to be developed. 

Professor Suzanne Rab

My advice to students would be to focus on what you want to achieve with your degree and work hard to fulfil your potential.

Kate Ritchie

On the theme of belonging, I have been involved in evaluating a peer mentoring project aimed at reducing isolation for Level 1 students.

Helen Ryan

I absolutely love what I do with the OU. Not only do I get to deliver some really excellent teaching materials but I work with some amazing students.

Emily Tanner

I really enjoy empowering students, reassuring them they know more than they think by making the subject more understandable and relatable.

Dr. Wannette Van Eg Dom - Tuinstra

Our students are unique individuals and teaching them has given me the opportunity to re-examine and reinvigorate both my subject expertise and pedagogy, creating a mutual learning environment.

Sam Woods-Peel

I wanted to work with students, so i worked for three years at Sheffield University in Residence Life supporting students in halls of residence, before moving into full time teaching.

Fay Wray

The work and ideas of students have been a privilege to see and support.

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