LAWS 101A Legal History + Legislation

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Location: Otago Polytechnic – Room G106, Union Street (Entrance opposite pedestrian crossing to Robertson Library)

Date & Time: Saturday, 17th October (9am to 3pm)

Tutor: Eve McCallum

Eve is a third year Law and Communications student. She got that lucrative A+ in first year and backed it up with two A’s in second year which both placed her in the top 5% of the class. She is also an avid lover of politics which places her in a strong position to be able to teach you all about the history of our government. When she’s not studying or watching Parliament TV, you can find her down at Les Mills with all the other white girls or Dunedin doing GRIT.

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We are often asked, what do your workshops actually involve and why are they useful? At each workshop, you are provided with a full booklet of notes which have been handcrafted by our high-quality tutors. Throughout the day, the tutor will run through the booklet of notes explaining each concept and working through practice questions with you. Our workshops run from 9 am – 4 pm so we can help as many students as possible.

These workshops are great if you feel confident about the paper to give you an overview of all the concepts so you can see which topics you don’t know as well. Or as a crash course if you have neglected your studies throughout the semester and need to get over the line!

At Comtutor, we know that your time is valuable, so we try and get the trickier bits done early on.


Our tutors and your safety is of utmost importance to us, so we are putting some precautions in place to manage social distancing and ensure you feel comfortable in the learning environment.

  • We will have a QR code as advised by the NZ Government for you to scan as you enter the workshop.
  • Hand sanitsier will also be available and encouraged.
  • We will unfortunately not be serving our usual lunch, We will account for this with an extended lunch break.
  • We have chosen venues that allow for social distancing, this will allow for appropriate spaces in seating and comfort of all attendees.
  • We ask that if you are unwell to not attend and we can arrange a refund or booklet delivery.

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