I graduated from Harvard Law School in 2012 after receiving my undergraduate degree in Government from Cornell University in 2009. I worked as a writing tutor as an undergraduate at Cornell and I'm excited to start helping students with their writing and test prep again. I tutor the LSAT, high school and college writing, U.S. history, and English literature. I really enjoy teaching the LSAT, mostly because I think of it as a huge logic exercise, which is really fun and very feasible for students -- once you get it, you get it! I try to give my students the foundation they need to understand concepts in the LSAT and SAT with a few examples, and then have them apply that foundation to the same concepts in later practice questions. I try to help my writing students develop their own voice -- I believe writing is more art than science, and that students write best when they discover their unique mode of expression.
Outside of tutoring, I care deeply about poverty law and public policy. I recently started a non-profit with a classmate from law school focused on providing direct legal services to low-income clients, and organizing low-income communities to campaign for social and economic equity. I love sports, rock climb pretty seriously, and play all kinds of music on guitar (still trying to figure out the piano).
Cornell University - BA, Government
Harvard Law School - JD, Law