I am a licensed attorney admitted to practice in Massachusetts state and Federal Courts. I have excellent research and writing skills and have drafted motions, appellate briefs, and Petitions for Writ of Certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court. I have excellent communication skills as well and have an outgoing personality. All of my clients like me and have referred other clients to our firm because of their satisfaction with my representation.
In addition to being an attorney, I am a professional pianist. I won a state-wide piano competition at the age of 15 with a piece written exclusively for me by my high school private piano teacher. My high school Orchestra teacher also wrote a piece specifically for me, which I performed at my recital at Brandeis University. While at Brandeis University, I studied privately with the chairman of performance at New England Conservatory, Gabriel Chodos. In addition to being a Presidential Scholar, I won the Elliot Aronson ’54 Prize for Excellence in Psychology and the Dorothy Haas Siegel Music Award and was on the Dean’s List (All four years). I have been teaching piano since the age of 16 and am currently teaching my two children (2 boys - ages 12 and 9). The 12 year old performed the Bach Toccata in d minor at a recital after only one year of playing. My 9 year old is playing a Chopin Mazurka only after taking lessons for 2 years.
I enjoy teaching, editing, writing, playing piano and helping people.
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