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Case Western School of Law (J.D.)
Hi! I am an experienced academic writer who would love to help you learn to write effective papers and essays. I have a BA in Literature from Smith College, and a JD from Case Western Reserve University School of Law, where I graduated with honors. While at Case Western, I was selected to be the Executive Notes Editor for the Journal of International Law. In this position, I tutored 18 law students throughout their year-long thesis-writing process. I met with each student to discuss his/her paper, and offered guidance and insight into topic selection, writing style, research methods, grammar and spelling. My own thesis was voted "Best Paper" and was selected for publication in the Journal. I'm very patient, and I know how to make a lesson both fun and productive. I'm looking forward to helping you advance in your academic career!
Hi! I am an experienced academic writer who would love to help you learn to write effective papers and essays. I have a BA in Literature from Smith College, and a JD from Case Western Reserve University School of Law, where I graduated
Jennifer is awesome! I'm taking the TEAS and need help with the English portion of the exam. She has help me step by step breaking down information, so I can fully comprehend what the questions are asking. She is easy going and a natural to talk to. I love her!
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