I am a lawyer, an English major, and former educational administrator who recently started a business. I live in Brooklyn and I'm originally from Jacksonville, Florida. I've lived all over the country in Los Angeles, Chicago, Florida, and NYC. Formerly I practiced bankruptcy law.
I have passed the bar exam in three states via self-study on my first try for each: California (2015), New York (2020 UBE), and Illinois (2007). On the UBE I scored in the top 8 percentile. During the past few years I've taught numerous students how to pass the bar exam in many states.
I am also skilled with essay writing, composition, editing, test taking strategy, literature, reading comprehension, and all areas of government/civics and law.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Florida - Bachelors, English
Graduate Degree: Stetson University College of Law - PHD, Law
Photography, politics, law
California Bar Exam
College Level American History
Colorado Bar Exam
High School English
High School Level American History
Illinois Bar Exam
Intellectual Property Law
New York Bar Exam
Washington DC Bar Exam
What is your teaching philosophy?
My teaching philosophy is to be patient, communicative, and approach the student on their own terms.
What might you do in a typical first session with a student?
On a typical first session I would ask the student about their background, their learning styles, and skill level. I would also introduce myself and make sure the student was comfortable with me. Finally I would set realistic goals and expectations for our time together.