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Meet Your Tutors

Meet Your QLTS Tutors

QLTS School’s administrative staff and management have been involved in delivering courses and services to QLTS candidates since the introduction of the QLTS in 2011. On the academic side, our tutors have extensive experience in teaching students for the QLTS, GDL, LPC, LLB and LLM.

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Simon has written several legal practice textbooks for the QLTT (which has been replaced by the QLTS) examinations, including many model questions and answers.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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