As a graduate of UCLA undergrad and law school, and as a practicing attorney with the California Department of Justice, I know that excellent study skills and exam prep can pay off.
I am an experienced instructor. While in school at UCLA I worked as an LSAT instructor for the Princeton Review. In addition to private tutoring, I taught a classroom full of students of diverse ages, backgrounds, and ability levels the complexities of logical reasoning. Additionally, in my second year of law school, my Legal Writing professor selected me as one of her teaching assistants. I was responsible for individually tutoring eight students in writing. I also served as a mentor and I provided my students guidance on study skills, resume building, and internship applications.
I believe that my real-world experience enhances my tutoring skill. I have been through law school, legal internships, the bar, and I am a Deputy Attorney General with the California Department of Justice. I am available to work 10-20 hours per week. I am available weekday evenings and all day on weekends.
I wish you the best success in your studies and I look forward to hearing from you!
University of California-Los Angeles - Bachelors, Political Science
UCLA School of Law - PhD, Law - J.D.
What might you do in a typical first session with a student?
I like to begin with a diagnostic so that I can evaluate the student's strengths and weaknesses. This allows me to determine the best way to help the student achieve his or her goals.