I recently passed the Uniform Bar Exam in the state of Colorado. Prior to taking the bar, I graduated from the University of Colorado Law School in 2015. During law school, I interned with prosecutors and public defenders. I've successfully examined witnesses and argued substantive issues of law at motions hearings, bail bond hearings and during jury trials. I've also filed comments with the U.S. Copyright Office advocating for people with disabilities. Before going to law school, I earned a Bachelor’s of Science from the University of Michigan in Biopsychology, Cognition and Neuroscience.
I’m here primarily to tutor the Logic Games—or Analytical Reasoning—section of the LSAT. Logic games were my favorite subject when I prepped for the LSAT. Indeed, the methods used to solve those puzzles are easy and highly teachable. Additionally, I prepared for the LSAT in under three weeks. Although I would recommend devoting at least a month to preparing for the exam, I can help with last minute prep. I thrive in chaos.
At law school, I had rewarding experiences teaching younger people about their fourth amendment protections (protections against search and seizure) in high schools and middle schools. I took AP U.S. History in high school and received a 5 on the exam. Accordingly, I’ve always been interested in history, social studies and government. I tutor essay prep, public speaking and study skills. I’m a person who is legally blind—as a result—I’ve had to utilize different learning styles throughout my education. I’m enthusiastic about helping other people who use different learning styles develop their study skills and academic prowess.
My hobbies include traveling, exploring new restaurants, swimming, water skiing, hiking and going to concerts.
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - Bachelors, Biopsychology, cognition and neuroscience
University of Colorado Law School - Masters, JD
AP US History
College Level American History
High School English
High School Geography
High School Level American History
Study Skills and Organization