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University of Chicago (Master's)
University of Connecticut (J.D.)
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I graduated with an honors diploma from the University of Connecticut with a B.A. in philosophy, English, and history. I then attended the University of Chicago, where I graduated with merit scholarships with a M.A. in philosophy. I then went to the University of Connecticut School of Law, where I graduated with a J.D., and passed the bar exam. I have practiced law for many years and have always maintained a strong interest in both learning and helping others to excel and achieve their academic goals.
My approach to tutoring is to find out what your situation is and why you are seeking tutoring. I then tailor the tutoring I provide to your specific needs. My areas of tutoring include most areas of the law, such as business, commercial, contract, employment and real estate law. I also tutor in legal test preparation, such as the LSAT and bar exam. I also provide tutoring in English and history.
Although new to WyzAnt, I have strong educational experience. Contact me for more information and how I can help you. Welcome to my WyzAnt profile, and thank you for your interest! Here I have the opportunity to give you a brief overview of my academic credentials and my overall approach as a tutor.
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I have studied for, taken, and passed the Connecticut State bar exam the first time. Part of the study was taking a Bar Exam course, so I personally experienced and benefited from bar exam tutoring. This was in a class, and not a one-on one setting, but the skills are transferable to the one-on-one situation.