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Meet Your QLTS Tutors

QLTS School's administrative staff and management have been involved in delvering courses and services to QLTS candidates since the introduction of the QLTS in 2010. On the academic side, our tutors have extensive experience in teaching students and internationally qualified lawyers for the QLTT, GDL, LPC, BPTC, LLB and LLM.

Sarah Freeman

Sarah Freeman, Solicitor (not-practising) of 24 years standing specialising in Commercial, Civil and Criminal Litigation has wide Senior Lecturing and Course managerial experience (approximately 17 years) at Leading LPC, GDL, (formerly CPE) and BPTC (formerly BVC), Undergraduate (LLB, BA Hons and Combined Honours Programmes), CILEX, Foundation law, A level Law namely:-

South Bank University, University of North London, London Metropolitan University, Thames Valley University, University of West of England, Bournemouth University, Portsmouth University, International College Portsmouth (part of the Navitas Group), International Correspondence School (Cengage), Liverpool Laureate, University of East London and East Anglia University, Institute of Legal Executives, Guildford College and Surrey Adult Education.

  • Former SRA external examiner of LPC2 College of Law - (York and Birmingham)
  • Current Lead External Examiner of LPC3 at Wolverhampton University and External of PC 3 at BPP
  • Educational Consultant and Co Author of Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Text book
  • Head of Training at QLTS School
  • Author of QLTS OSCE courses and Practical Assessments

Sarah has over six years of experience in successfully preparing hundreds of QLTS candidates for the OSCE practical assessment, who are now dual-qualified English solicitors.

Suzie Prax

Suzie is a former solicitor and also holds a BA Hons in English from London University. She has taught extensively on the Legal Practice Course and been Course Leader at Thames Valley University.

Suzie has experience in drafting materials and assessments in many key areas of the LPC and has taught and examined principle legal skills, including interviewing, legal research, advocacy, writing and drafting and negotiation. She focuses mainly on employment, business, property and contract law.

In addition, Suzie has extensive Government and Commercial Corporate experience including, privatisation, Central Government and Ministerial work, Marketing and Corporate Communications in the City of London.

Emily Brazier

Emily Brazier is a solicitor and law lecturer who has taught on CILEx Level 3 and 4 Personal Injury and Civil Litigation Apprenticeships.

Emily has experience of teaching students via distance learning, delivering online lectures, marking and providing detailed feedback to students. She is a qualified solicitor, specialising in high value, complex injury litigation, including brain injury and fibromyalgia claims.

She has also worked in Conveyancing and Financial Miss-Selling Litigation. Emily has experience of mentoring LPC students and school pupils who are interested in a legal career.

Katherine Langley

Katherine Langley is a barrister (non-practising) and Law Lecturer, who has taught on LLB and PGDL courses, and specialised in Clinical Legal Education over a three-year period. Katherine holds a PgCE Teaching qualification and has experience in teaching, preparing materials and assessing a wide range of law students in a range of modes, including distance learning. Katherine specialises in Criminal Law, Equity, Trusts and Legal Skills (including conferencing, advocacy and drafting).

Prior to lecturing, Katherine practised for six years in Immigration and Asylum Law, holding a Level 2 OISC Accreditation. Katherine in her immigration practice advised charitable organisations, solicitors firms and barristers chambers and covered a wide range of Tribunal, Upper Tribunal and some Court of Appeal work, including Judicial Review.  

Simon Jackson

Simon qualified as a solicitor of the Supreme Court (England and Wales) in 1997 (currently he is a former solicitor), after a two-year training contract in the public sector. He subsequently qualified in Israel as an Advocate and Notary, and also runs a professional translation agency, which specialises in legal, commercial and academic translations. 

Simon has written several legal practice textbooks for the QLTT (which has been replaced by the QLTS) examinations, including many model questions and answers. He has also served as course tutor and lectured regarding many of the QLTT course subjects since 2002, including courses on British Legal English. 

Michael Flaherty

After gaining a First Class LLB in 2001, Michael Flaherty trained as barrister and was called to the Bar (Inner Temple) in 2002. Michael subsequently worked extensively in the area of Prison Law and Human Rights. He has represented life sentence prisoners at oral Parole Board hearings (applications for release on licence) and determinate sentence prisoners at prison disciplinary hearings.

Michael subsequently worked in legal publishing, providing online legal research services for lawyers and legal professionals in the United States and drafting synopses of contemporary State and Federal case law. Michael represented the Inner Temple at the 2002 World Debating Championships in Haifa, reaching the quarter-finals.

Marc Piano

Marc Piano is an English solicitor who has years of legal experience spanning areas including litigation, business law and regulation and compliance. He has had input on law textbooks and training materials and has extensive experience in all aspects of the QLTS, but in particular guiding and tutoring students on the MCT and subjects that include Solicitors Accounts, Equity and Trusts, Taxation and Business Law. 

David Groszman

David is a compliance Attorney at FXCM (former solicitor in England and Wales). After his MA in Law at Cambridge (1998), David worked as a commercial litigation solicitor, in international legal research, and as a certified Law Tutor in London and Manchester. He is certified by the UK National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux through which he provided pro bono advice to the public.

Outsourcing extended David's legal editing and writing experience, working for the largest legal publishers and research tool providers. Other projects have included categorization of software licenses for one of the largest global software manufacturers and digesting depositions for litigation. Personal interests include disability rights, andragogy and ancient literature.

QLTS School's tutors and administrative staff will ensure you get everything you need to complete the QLTS assessments successfully and qualify as an English solicitor.  

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Success Stories and Video Interviews of QLTS School's Candidates
Learn more about the experiences of some of our candidates who have recently passed the QLTS assessments on their first attempt.
Sarah Lothian
Qualified in Australia
Garrett Gunchick
Qualified in the US (New York State)
Flavie Fuentes
Qualified in France
Dmitry Gololobov
Qualified in Russia
Sharika Nair
Qualified in India
Amelie Baudot
Qualified in the US
Alvino van Schalkwyk
Qualified in South Africa
Xi Chen
Qualified in China
Shehab M. Fawzy
Qualified in Egypt
Inigo Varez
Qualified in Spain
Natalia Camargo Barros
Qualified in Brazil
Hui Ling Teo
Qualified in Singapore
Luca Cantelli
Qualified in the US
Angeliki Varela
Qualified in Greece
Christian Leo
Qualified in Mexico
Yagız Berk Okan
Qualified in Turkey
Carol Osborone
Qualified in the US
Luis Arana Tagle
Qualified in Argentina and the US
Malak Khalil
Qualified in Egypt
Neil Fowler
Qualified in New Zealand
Ayshat Gaydarova
Qualified in Russia
Edward James
Qualified in South Africa
Kehinde Obafemi
Qualified in Nigeria
Wojciech Baginski
Qualified in the US and Poland (Foreign)
Simona Croitoru
Qualified in Romania
Matthias M. Weiss
Qualified in Germany
Kusum Dhanania
Qualified in India
Stephen Kines
Qualified in the US and in Canada
Lauren Keller
Qualified in the US
Ya Lan Chang
Qualified in Singapore
Jason Hung
Qualified in Hong Kong
Stella Petritsi
Qualified in Greece
Oleg K.
Qualified in Australia
Ekaterina Kitanina
Qualified Lawyer in Russia
Társis Gonçalves
Qualified in Brazil and the US
Raleke Obidike
Qualified in Nigeria
Jason Ow
Qualified in Singapore
Whitney Jacque
Qualified in the US
George Kratsas
Qualified in Greece
Dale Hancocks
Qualified in Canada
Olga Gourjon (nee Demyanets)
Qualified in Ukraine
Tanja Patt
Qualified in Germany
Humphrey Kangha
Qualified in the US
Kirsten Olverman
Qualified in Scotland
Lucilla Giuliani
Qualified in Italy and Spain
Alex McGregor
Qualified in Australia
Arpan Gupta
Qualified in India
Lia Machcado
Qualified in Brazil
Sung-Hwan Choi
Qualified in the US
Naomi King
Qualified in Australia
Nitin Sarin
Qualified in India
Gillian Harkess
Qualified in Scotland
Monde Michelo Marshall
Qualified in Zambia
Akshay Kishore
Qualified in India
Samina Thind
Qualified in Canada
Patrick McGahan
Qualified in Australia
Jacqueline Moody
Qualified in the US
Anna Stier
Qualified in Germany
Thiago Porto Ribeiro
Qualified in Brazil
Adriana Guerra Speight
Qualified in Mexico
Gallien Lefevre
Qualified in France
Anna Pearson
Qualified in Australia
Elitsa Ivanova
Qualified in Bulgaria
Christian Dam Pedersen
Qualified in Denmark
Allana Samara Wilckens
Qualified in Brazil
Faruk Aktay
Qualified in Turkey
Olivia Delagrange
Qualified in Spain and Belgium
Ida Marie Oedegaard
Qualified in Norway
Vinod Kumar
Qualified in India
Joana Fragata
Qualified in Portugal
Ahmet Kalafat
Qualified in the Turkey
Samuel Thampapillai
Qualified in Australia
Grace Taylor Richardson
Qualified in Singapore
Irena Livshits
Qualified in Israel
Ashwita Ambast
Qualified in India
John Bradley Dick
Qualified in Scotland
Teodora Ivanova
Qualified in Bulgaria
Estelle
Qualified in Luxembourg
Jasmine Brown
Qualified in New Zealand
Vibhor Verma
Qualified in India
Rebecca Helm
Qualified in New York
Noam Zamir
Qualified in Israel
Amy Chen
Qualified in Australia
Frederic, Qualified in Australia
Aleksandra Krawcewicz
Qualified in New York
Hoshedar Wadia
Qualified In India
Chul Won Lee
Qualified in South Korea
Jerome Dickinson
Qualified in the US
Areti Roditi
Qualified in Greece
Ben Shoebridge
Qualified in Australia
Anna
Qualified in Germany
Michael Weatherley
Qualified in Australia
Kyoungho Kim
Qualified in South Korea
Gila Ponte
Qualified in Israel
Aaron
Qualified in New Zealand
Adrian Sim
Qualified in Australia
Gaelen Doherty
Qualified in Scotland
Evgeniya Vasilyeva
Qualified in Russia


 
 
 
 
 
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"My experience in preparing and studying with QLTS School was very good. I recommend anyone taking the QLTS to take a course, especially for lawyers from non-common law jurisdictions… and I recommend QLTS School as a good partner for this purpose."

Chul Won Lee, QLTS School's Former Candidate, Qualified in South Korea
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