I am a recent graduate of NYU School of Law, where I was a Root-Tilden-Kern Public Interest Scholar. This fall I will be joining the Center for Family Representation in Queens, NY as a Staff Attorney, helping to preserve and reunite families involved in the child welfare system. Prior to law school I worked in direct social services with children involved in the juvenile justice system.
I greatly enjoy teaching the LSAT and helping people to become better writers. I took the LSAT three times through self-study and previously taught LSAT classes through a large test prep company. I understand what it is like to struggle through the LSAT and come out on the other side successful. Through teaching I have learned how to help students carve their own path to success and look forward to helping students recognize their academic strengths and address test challenges.
As a writing teacher, I focus on helping students to write clearly and persuasively in as few words as possible. I have read countless law school admissions essays while serving on the committee to select scholarship recipients at NYU law, so I know not just get what it takes to get graduate school, but to get a full ride as well.
In my personal life my biggest joy is my fiance, Aubrey, who I got engaged to last month. When I am not teaching or lawyering I love to cook, keep up with the news, lift weights, and watch the Red Sox.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. I look forward to working with you!
Undergraduate Degree: University of Massachusetts Amherst - Bachelor in Arts, Economics
Graduate Degree: New York University - Doctor of Laws, Legal Studies
Politics, Weightlifting, Criminal Justice and Child Welfare Reform, Cooking, New England Sports, Guitar