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Swarthmore (Political Science)
Cardozo Law School (J.D.)
I'm an attorney, licensed to practiced law in the state of New York and I practice federal law here in El Paso. I have begun writing a book last year when I lived in Ireland for three months. Now that I'm back in the U.S., I want to continue exercising my writing skills by helping others.
Here is what you can expect from me: learn how to create work that is engaging, draws out analysis and sets you a part from others. This is best achieved by a well thought out strategy for your writing approach and the successful implementation of your organization skills i.e. your ability to organize your thoughts into a well thought out work product. Additionally, we focus on fully understanding a writing prompt or audience and creating thoughtful analysis that pulls out your creativity. This writing can be used in different circumstances, from tests to helping you ace a public speaking event..
As a litigator, I'm a public speaker and as an attorney, it is crucial that I write well and communicate effectively. My ability to come this far in my life exemplifies my excellence in communication skills, both as a writer and as a contextual person who understands the big picture.
I want to help you shine as a communicator! Contact me for more details. I'm an attorney, licensed to practiced law in the state of New York and I practice federal law here in El Paso. I have begun writing a book last year when I lived in Ireland for three months. Now that I'm back in the U.S., I want to continue
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