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Louisiana State University (Business Administrat)
Paul M. Hebert Law Center (J.D.)
Hello! My name is Michael, and I am an experienced attorney and a voracious reader of history and literature. My love of teaching comes from my enthusiasm for learning. I have an undergraduate degree from Louisiana State University in business administration and a law degree from the Paul M. Hebert Law School at LSU.
I specialize in tutoring English reading and writing, history and the social sciences. My goal is to see your grades and test scores improve and to help you reach your full potential.
I am flexible with my time, but I do have a 12 hour cancellation policy. I can travel a reasonable distance within Houston.
I look forward to hearing from you! Hello! My name is Michael, and I am an experienced attorney and a voracious reader of history and literature. My love of teaching comes from my enthusiasm for learning. I have an undergraduate degree from Louisiana State
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I am a graduate of the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University. I was admitted to practice in Louisiana in 1986. I have been a practicing attorney handling complex litigation for 25 years.
I have supervised and trained young attorneys for years. I know that the key to passing the bar exam is to actively study and to engage with another person to master the law and test taking skills.