I'm an English major and I have a JD from Suffolk Law. Coming out of college as an English major, I chose to pursue law, with the eventual goal of becoming a law professor down the line. I've always loved helping and teaching people, as I believe it's the most important thing we can do for one another as human beings - if we have the knowledge, I think we should share it with as many people as we can. I used to teach Cello part-time to fellow students when I was in high school, and that was great fun for everyone.
I've traveled extensively and have had some great experiences with education in other countries, like the UK, Sweden, and even Cuba. I take pride in helping my students understand what they are trying to learn, as well as in helping them to achieve what they've set out to do. It's not always an easy task, but with the right help, you can do it!
As an English major in college, a law student with multiple research assistant credentials, and an Editor on the Journal of High Technology Law in my final year of law school, I have extensive grammar, literature, proofreading, and general English skills.
Contact me if you are interested, want to find out if we'd be a good fit, or if you want to learn more about my experiences, schedule, or anything else. Looking forward to helping out!
Undergraduate Degree: University of Massachusetts-Boston - Bachelor in Arts, English
Graduate Degree: Suffolk University Law School - Juris Doctor, Legal Studies
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