University of Richmond (Political Science)
Boston College Law School (J.D.)
I am a third year law student about to graduate from Boston College Law School. I will be staying in Boston and will begin work as a corporate attorney in the fall. I want to utilize some of my free time before I start work to help out students of all ages by serving as a tutor. I currently serve as an editor on Boston College Law Review. That experience has taught me how to work with and guide students through the demanding process of writing legal scholarship for publication. It also showed me how enjoyable working with students through the completion of a difficult process an be.
Through my extensive education I have developed several relevant skills. My success in law school (I currently hold a 3.7 GPA and am in the top 10% of my graduating class) is due to my high level analytical and critical writing skills. My undergraduate studies at the University of Richmond gave me exposure to various topics ranging from political science, to Spanish to calculus. I would love the opportunity to help out students in any of these and other subjects.
In high school I coached a third grade basketball team. I really enjoyed working with kids and watching them get better at the sport every practice and every game. I look forward to the opportunity to serve as a tutor to any student looking for help or looking for extra preparation for college.
I studied abroad in Madrid, Spain in 2011 and attended a Spanish University for a semester.
I scored a 770 on SAT writing. I wrote several long papers in college as a political science major. I was accepted to several top 30 law schools and currently attend Boston College Law School. I served as a staff writer on Boston College Law Review last year and currently serve as a senior editor.
I was a Political Science major at the University of Richmond. I worked as an intern in the Virginia House of Delegates.
I have played guitar since I was 8 years old. I took formal lessons from age 8 to age 16. I won several regional music competitions, played in several bands and recorded two solo albums.
I am available afternoons and evenings during the rest of the school year and during the summer while I study for the Massachusetts Bar Exam. I am a third year law student about to graduate from Boston College Law School. I will be staying in Boston and will begin work as a corporate attorney in the fall. I want to utilize some of my free time before I start work to help out students of all ages by serving as a tutor. I currently serve as an editor on Boston College Law Review. That
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