LLT Introduces Global Law Tutoring App


London Law Tutor is proud to announce the launch of the world’s first app exclusively built for law students that allows you to have access to law notes, online lectures, and tuition services at your fingertips. In today's fast-paced world access to information instantaneously is invaluable; our app allows you to enhance your legal knowledge on the move. The LLT App is a direct pathway to the LLT Blog where readers and users can remain updated on the constant developments in the legal world. Use the app to read law notes, watch online lectures for free, get to know a little bit more about our elite team of tutors, place an order online and so much more!


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