Univ. of Calif., Berkeley (Economics)
Harvard Law School (J.D.)
Salem State University (Master's)
Exceptionally qualified tutor, especially for LSAT, SAT, writing skills, analytical skills, public speaking, interviewing, and admissions essays. I have extensive teaching experience, at Northeastern University and Harvard Law School. I was voted Teacher of the Year in 2007 by the student body at Northeastern Law School. I am a published author and have a lengthy record as a top-notch scholar. Aside from teaching and scholarship, I was an accomplished courtroom litigator, with considerable experience in capital punishment (I was lead counsel that led to the ending of capital punishment in New York). My communication skills are exemplary, which facilitates my ability to create a dynamic learning environment for students with a variety of learning styles.
I am currently a psychotherapist, specializing in family counseling. I would very much welcome the opportunity to tutor you or your son or daughter as a supplement to my psychotherapy practice. Exceptionally qualified tutor, especially for LSAT, SAT, writing skills, analytical skills, public speaking, interviewing, and admissions essays. I have extensive teaching experience, at Northeastern University and Harvard Law School. I was voted Teacher of the Year in 2007 by the student body at Northeastern Law School. I am a published author
He was incredibly patient and breaks things down in a way that is super easy to understand. He provides concrete strategies that are easy to follow as well as huge time savers. I look forward to more lessons with him as I improve my skill set and test taking strategies.
Dan is an excellent tutor, he is very knowledgeable in the material, he can easily explain it so you can understand it. He's also very patient and methodical. He is always on time.
Dan worked with me on Logic Games for the LSAT. I was shown ways of approaching questions I may not have considered without him and made more progress in two hours with his help than with eight on my own.
I took 3 lessons with Dan before I took the LSAT, and he was smart and friendly. He taught me strategies to help me focus on what's important and to answer questions more efficiently. Only wish I had planned this earlier so I could have dedicated more time to tutoring! Overall, I was happy with the sessions and felt like I learned much more than I would have by studying on my own.
He taught me what was important to focus on during each task at hand and how to improve my training so I could make my self study more efficient and worthwhile. He was patient and friendly and would highly encourage people to sign up for lessons with him.
In this session we focused on the logic games section. I was taught the proper way to attack a logic game. From first recognizing what type of game it is, to choosing the proper diagram, to applying the rules, and then finally making valid deductions. I would say an area that I need to improve on most is making deductions. Dan was really helpful, he has a tremendous understanding of the LSAT and can teach the material in a clear and helpful way.
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I am a Harvard Law graduate and a former professor of law at Northeastern University School of Law and Harvard Law School. I've passed the bar examination twice--in New York and California.
I am a former law professor and long-time courtroom lawyer. I am now a psychotherapist and wellness coach. Included in my practice is the coaching of individuals in pursuing career goals. I have experience in crafting effective resumes and improving interviewing skills. I can also help identify skills and interests and matching them up to viable careers.
I scored in the 99th percentile on the LSAT.
I am an experienced courtroom lawyer who has advocated several high-profile cases (including the case that ended capital punishment in New York). I have delivered many speeches worldwide in connection with my work on high-profile cases. I have trained lawyers in forensic advocacy for many years. I am also a former professor of law at Northeastern and Harvard. I have spent my entire career engaging in public speaking.
I'm a published author, including a critically acclaimed book and many scholarly articles and essays. I have coached many people in writing and have extensive editing experience.