I am a law student at Fordham University studying international business transactions with a focus on the emerging markets in Asia and Africa. I also work part-time as a paralegal at a small Chinese immigration law firm. I graduated in 2010 from Hamilton College with a B.A. in Chinese and Comparative Literature. I spent the last year in Chengdu, China on a Fulbright Grant studying the emergence of legal aid as a resource to female migrant workers.
I work with students of all ages and experience levels. I specialize in humanities and Chinese language instruction. Because I am currently a student myself, I can truly empathize with students' concerns and frustrations. My passion for the subjects I tutor enables me to enthusiastically engage with students, help them discover their strengths, and find solutions to their weaknesses. I love helping students achieve their potential and explore their academic interests.
I love traveling, yoga, cross country running, eating interesting food (that others prepare, unfortunately, cooking isn't a strength), and spending time with my friends.
Undergraduate Degree: Hamilton College - Bachelor in Arts, Chinese, Comparative Literature
Graduate Degree: Fordham Law School - Juris Doctor, International Business Transactions
ACT Composite: 30
ACT English: 34
ACT Reading: 36
SAT Verbal: 790
Yoga, running, music, travel, downhill skiing
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