After nearly forty years as a trial attorney, it is time for me to move to a new phase of my career. Education is not really a ???new phase??? as trying a case to a jury is primarily an educational activity where the classroom is the courtroom. More than anything, a lawyer trying a case is a teacher.
Additionally, having taught in a classroom, I know the profound rewards of inspiring older and younger students to become more than they were before they entered. Teaching is about the future.
Each student with whom I work gets a learning program specifically geared to his or her needs and goals. As we work together, those goals and needs may change and the student and I will adjust accordingly. The way a student learns best is as unique as their fingerprint and that is the way my instruction is developed for each student.
Undergraduate Degree: Temple University - Bachelor in Arts, Biochemistry
Graduate Degree: Brooklyn Law School - Juris Doctor, Prelaw Studies
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