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University of California, Santa Barbara
Loyola Law School (J.D.)
I am a Loyola Law School graduate and new attorney, ranked in the top 20% of my graduating class.
I help students with test preparation and legal writing.
I maintained a B average in college, so doing well in law school is more of a technique than anything else.
I've kept and organized law school material that I thought helped me understand and achieve high grades.
During law school, I was an Aspen Publishers representative and a research assistant for a professor. That experience helped me sort through a lot of helpful study aids on the various law school topics.
Law school is doable so never despair. I am a Loyola Law School graduate and new attorney, ranked in the top 20% of my graduating class.
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I graduated from an ABA law school in downtown Los Angeles (Loyola Law School). I graduated in the top 20% of my graduating class. I took the BABBRI bar preparatory course and scored above average on the MBE practice tests and average or above on the written portion. I passed the California bar.
In undergrad, I wrote 3 different personal statements to be admitted into college. I was admitted into UCLA as a History Major, UCR as Business Administration, UCSB as History of Public Policy. For Law School, I applied to more than 10 law schools throughout the country. I was admitted to about half. I wrote different themed essays much like I did for my undergraduate admittance. When I later applied to transfer law schools I again wrote another set of personal statements to various law schools in California. There is a certain theme that transcends all successful college and law school applications. Throughout my experience, I have figured out what works to get into school and to get ahead in school, and what does not.
I can help with all Bar Review Courses; substance and analysis.