University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) (Sociology)
Thomas Jefferson School of Law (Enrolled)
Hello my name is Randy and I am a second year law student attending an ABA school in San Diego. My educational background includes a bachelors degree in the field of Sociology from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. My work experience includes years of customer service in both the retail setting as well as 5 years working for a successful law firm in Long Beach, California. Two passions that I have always had are the Law and the game of Chess. In high school a group of my friends and I decided to start a chess club which is ironic since we were all football players who were judged not to have any intellectual interests. I learned the game of chess rather quickly and have always enjoyed competitive play as well as teaching others how to play. Chess is a very intelligent game that increases creativity and I welcome the opportunity to teach both adults and children how to play the game.
Law school is very challenging and can be a stressful and scary experience for students interested in one day becoming attorneys. Law school is also a very rewarding experience in learning the law and taking steps to find the area of practice a student wishes to pursue. Future law students who are seriously interested in attending law school can benefit from pre-law school tutoring to learn the basics of what to expect from a legal education. I welcome the opportunity to share some of my law school experience and study methods for future students to gain a head start among their fellow law school students. There is nothing wrong with being a step ahead and I welcome the opportunity to those wishing to attend law school.
Hello my name is Randy and I am a second year law student attending an ABA school in San Diego. My educational background includes a bachelors degree in the field of Sociology from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. My work experience includes years of customer service in both the retail setting as well as 5 years working for a successful law
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I learned the fundamentals of Chess at 16 and have been playing and teaching on and off since. I was a finalist in my high school chess tournament my senior year. I have taught both young adults and children since.
I have played competitive poker since 2002 particularly Texas Holdem. I have played in several tournaments at Casino's in Southern California and Las Vegas. I welcome teaching the fundaments of Holdem and how to develop strategies to win the game.