I am interested in helping students prepare for the LSAT exam. As background, I am a practicing attorney in Atlanta, Georgia. I graduated from Northwestern University, with a degree in English Literature and Political Science, in 2009. I later graduated from Notre Dame Law School, magna cum laude and in the top ten percent of my class, in 2012. With regard to testing, I have previously scored a 1470 on the SAT (720 math, 750 verbal) and a 167 on the LSAT.
I have long been interested and engaged in teaching and mentoring. My experience tutoring goes back all the way to high school, when I tutored several fellow students in a wide variety of subjects. Later, as senior editor of the Notre Dame Law Review, I mentored a team of second-year members, reviewing and giving feedback on both their legal writing and editing. Additionally, I participated in the Notre Dame Law School’s Street Law program, in which I taught a semester-long course on constitutional law and civil rights and liberties to upper-level high school students. I believe my skill set, academic background and experience uniquely qualify me to help students succeed on the LSAT.
Northwestern University - Bachelors, English, Political Science
Notre Dame Law School - PhD, Law
MCAT Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills
High School English