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Monroe M.
135/hour
5 (61)
197+ Hours

Port Chester, NY

Career, Business, Marketing, & Life Coach. As seen on CNBC, CNN, etc.

135/hour

SO WHO AM I? Long story short, I am Dr. Monroe M., PhD, Esq, MBA, ME, LLM, EMT. A little less short: I am an 8-time published Barnes & Noble # 1 best-selling book author; a lawyer with an MBA; a dude who holds a PhD in psychology who recently produced,... read more

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Justin B.
40/hour
5 (423)
1057+ Hours

Melbourne, FL

Tutor for AP History, English, Writing, SAT, ACT, & GRE

40/hour

I received a B.A. in History from Loyola University in New Orleans. I taught in both college and secondary schools, and then attended law school at Tulane University. My teaching experience includes teaching college classes at Xavier University of New... read more

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Joel C.
50/hour
2+ Hours

Irvine, CA

Attorney With Over 30 Years Practice

50/hour

I have trained many young lawyers and paralegals. For several years I coached students entered in the Constitutional Rights Foundation's Mock Trial Program, where I taught students not only some basics about criminal law, but how to examine witnesses,... read more

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Rob Y.
40/hour
5 (42)
109+ Hours

Statesville, NC

Humanities-Religion-Writing-ACT/SAT Reading

40/hour

Having worked as an attorney for nearly two decades in both public and private practice, being a published author with one of world's top publishing corporations, and possessing a master's degree in the Humanities, I can assist students in a number of... read more

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Jordan F.
50/hour
5 (1)
3+ Hours

Taunton, MA

Jordan, lawyer, historian, government official

50/hour

I am an attorney with a Master's degree in history. I have thirty-two years in practice. I have taught at a predecessor institution to the University of Massachusetts School of Law. I have also done extensive work in legal and historical research and... read more

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