After graduating from FSU Law, I took and recently passed the New York Bar Examination. While I await admission to the State Bar, I am working on local city council campaigns and I am planning to take the Massachusetts Bar Exam in February 2014.
I graduated from FSU Law with a Certificate in International Law, which allowed me to focus on international law courses. While attending FSU Law, I worked as a research assistant for one of the professors and tutored in whatever spare time I did have. I have tutored Latin since 2007 and French since 2010.
My undergraduate degree is from Boston University where I majored in Ancient Greek and Latin. While attending Boston University, I worked as a writing tutor for the Core Curriculum Writing Program, and I also worked a languages tutor for the introductory levels of Ancient Greek and Latin. Additionally, I am a Writing Tutor for Boston University's CAS Core Curriculum Program.
As a Latin student and tutor, I have worked with most of the major textbooks currently available. I have used Wheelock's Latin, Latin via Ovid and and Ecce Romani. I personally use Lingua Latin by Hans Oerberg.
I am currently preparing to take the DELF French exam, which would provide me with official certification from the French Ministry of Education as a fluent French speaker. I have studied French since I was in middle school and I have lived in France on and off throughout the past years.
I believe in a personalized style of tutoring - each student learns differently and each subject needs a different approach. I can also tutor or offer help for personal statements for admission applications to both college and law school.
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