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Barnard College (Philosophy)
Rutgers School of Law (J.D.)
I am an Instructor of Law at Rutgers School of Law: Newark, where I have been teaching legal research, writing, and analysis for fifteen years. I am also a designated attorney for the New Jersey Public Defender's Office, appellate division.
Prior to teaching, I worked as an associate at O'Melveny & Myers, practicing employment and labor law. I have extensive experience teaching law students how to write all forms of legal documents, including memos, briefs, contracts, client letters, demand letters, complaints, etc.
I love working with students to improve their legal writing. I will focus on whatever skills the student seeks to strengthen: grammar, organization, topic sentences, advocacy, analysis, research, and citation skills. I am available to tutor college students doing legal coursework, law students who need extra help in their legal writing and analysis classes, and even working professionals who are seeking to improve their legal writing skills. I can help you develop the essential writing skills to succeed in law school and as an attorney.
I have been a legal writing, research, and analysis instructor for 15 years at Rutgers School of Law: Newark.
Designated counsel at New Jersey office of the Public Defender
JD from Rutgers School of Law: Newark
Please contact me for more information about scheduling sessions. I am an Instructor of Law at Rutgers School of Law: Newark, where I have been teaching legal research, writing, and analysis for fifteen years. I am also a designated attorney for the New Jersey Public Defender's Office, appellate division.
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