Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX
University of Tulsa College of Law (J.D.)
I am a licensed Texas Attorney. I have a Major in Political Science and a Minor in Interpreting Sign Language. I can help with taking the Bar, LSAT, and the MPRE. I am fluent in American Sign Language. I have also studied abroad in South America. I am a contact person for the University Of Tulsa College Of Law for persons who are interested in law school, are current students, and those who have already graduated.
As a contact for the law school I assist students with preparation for LSAT, law school admissions, MPRE, Bar testing and job placement. I work with various students ranging from those in college to students that are choosing law as a second or third career.
As a Political Science major I have studied United States politics as well as foreign politics. I have lived and studied politics and law in Buenos Aires, Argentina. I have also learned about the politics and law in Brazil. I visited and stayed in Rio de Janerio, Brazil.
I work with deaf and hard of hearing people on a regular basis. I have a deaf brother and he communicates to me in American Sign Language. I worked for Disability Services at Stephen F. Austin State University. I currently use sign language with my clients.
I also have worked with persons with disabilities from young children to adults. I have worked in the Preschool Program of Children with Disabilities. I have also worked with adults to minors who have disabilities as an Attorney Ad Litem. I have helped tutor people for several years; people with and without disabilities.
I love working with people and I hope to work with you. Hello All,
I am a licensed Texas Attorney. I have a Major in Political Science and a Minor in Interpreting Sign Language. I can help with taking the Bar, LSAT, and the MPRE. I am fluent in American Sign Language. I have also studied abroad in South America. I am a contact person for the University Of Tulsa College Of Law for persons who
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I have worked for Career Services at the Univeristy of Tulsa College of Law. I have learned a great deal about career development through this position.
I have mentored individuals for several years about colleges and universities. I have helped with college entrance, maintaining good grades, and choosing the right major.
I have a minor in Interpreting Sign Language. I have worked with persons that are deaf and hard of hearing for over a decade. I have a brother that is deaf and I have worked with people with various hearing loss. I have worked for the Special Education Resolution Center, Advocacy, Inc. (now Disability Rights), and Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities (PPCD). I have worked with non-profit organizations that serve deaf and hard hearing.
I have a Minor in Educational Interpreting Sign Language. I am fluent in American Sign Language.
As a attorney I have taken a large amount of tests. I have had to master study skills and testing skills. I mentor individuals on preparation for college and while in college. I take a person's personality into account when teaching study/ testing skills. I like to make studying fun!