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Calvin College (English,Philosophy)
West Virginia University College of Law (Enrolled)
Univ. of the District of Columbia School of Law (J.D.)
I am a tutor because I love to learn and I love to teach. I specialize in writing, editing and proofreading. I have been a writer, editor, proofreader in many contexts and began writing for my own magazine as a young child. I am a teacher, a communications guru and an attorney. I have worked as a writer, editor, and proofreader in advertising agencies and in large corporations. As an attorney, I specialized in immigration and tax law before I taught full-time in a tax clinic where I helped law students hone their legal writing and oral advocacy skills.
I thoroughly enjoy helping others with their writing and teaching my students how to make improvements in their writing. To this end, I like to set up goals and timelines with my students to keep them motivated and on track.
I am flexible with time and even though I would like advanced notice of any cancellation, I will work with you to re-schedule cancelled appointments. My only request is that you give some notice and that you are considerate of my time if I am driving a long way to see you.
I look forward to hearing from you and meeting you.
I am a tutor because I love to learn and I love to teach. I specialize in writing, editing and proofreading. I have been a writer, … Read more
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