I am a graduate of Suffolk University Law School and Boston College. Currently, I am a practicing legislative and policy attorney. I am a committed government attorney, who has dedicated many long hours to reading and understanding the American system of government, the organization of state and federal political institutions, and the U.S. and Massachusetts Constitutions. I have had the honor of serving as the Editor-in-Chief of the Suffolk Journal of Trial & Appellate Advocacy, where I reviewed the legal writings of over forty law students in areas ranging from Constitutional and Criminal Law to Employment Discrimination and Bankruptcy Law. I have a deep appreciation for American history, and believe in the guiding words of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes when he said that "a page of history is worth a volume of logic." I also love getting outdoors and hiking in the Middlesex Fells Area, and coaching youth basketball. I am an avid movie goer, Netflix subscriber, and a diehard Boston Celtics, B.C. and New England Patriots fan. As a teacher, I believe in keeping things conversational and adaptable. I believe that talking things out and understanding the "why" of history, political science, law, and government will go miles in being able to nail down details like dates and names.
Boston College - Bachelors, Communications
Suffolk University Law School - PhD, Juris Doctor
AP US History
College Level American History
High School English
High School Level American History
US Constitutional History