I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota (go Gophers!) and I graduated from law school cum laude from William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul. I have since practiced law for almost ten years, working mostly in criminal law, but having dabbled in a number of other fields. I have experienced much success in the courtroom, and I generally enjoy the practice of law. Along with my ongoing law practice, I tutor students on the LSAT test.
Having previously worked for one of the bigger test prep brands, I have several years of experience working with students in the classroom and one-on-one. Because I really enjoyed the challenging and enlightening experience of law school, working with prospective law students is rewarding in its own right, not to mention the possibility that I might be helping a future superstar advocate. My time in law school and my experience practicing law in the real world both help me to bring some practical perspective to the LSAT exam, not to mention my approachable attitude that makes me strive to work with an individual student’s learning and motivational strengths.
Generally, I enjoy the LSAT exam, but my favorite part is the logical reasoning section, which makes up half of the LSAT’s scored portion. Working on logical reasoning not only helps one to succeed in law school, but it improves an individual’s ability to think critically about things that occur in life every day.
For recreation, all the aspects of living in Uptown Minneapolis entertain me, particularly living by the Chain of Lakes. I regularly spend time around the lakes, bicycling, jogging, walking, canoeing, and just hanging out. Beyond that, I enjoy reading, following current events, and watching Minnesota sports teams complete.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of Minnesota-Twin Cities - Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
Graduate Degree: William Mitchell College of Law - Juris Doctor, Law
Reading, current events, jogging, canoeing, politics and sports.