My passions are writing and logical argumentation. I've seen success in both fields. For the former, I've had a letter to the editor published in the New York Times, successfully finished a 40-page thesis as part of my undergraduate education, and currently write for Ordinary Times, a group blog whose alumni have gone on to write full-time for Forbes, the Atlantic, and other prestigious publications. For the latter, I scored in the 98th percentile of the LSAT and achieved admission to a a top-25 law school with a generous scholarship.
It's tremendously fulfilling to see students grow as writers and as thinkers as they progress through a curriculum, something I am very fortunate to witness. I would be honored if you selected me to help you on your journey.
Undergraduate Degree: St. John's College - Bachelor of Science, Liberal Arts
Graduate Degree: The University of Texas at Austin - Juris Doctor, Law
Reading, Philosophy, Economics, Politics, Law, Video Games
High School English
IB Philosophy HL
IB Philosophy SL