Washington and Lee University (Politics, German)
George Mason University (J.D.)
Hello, my name is Bob. I have been a practicing lawyer for more than 25 years. As a retired member of the United States Air Force, I have experience in criminal and appellate litigation as well as general federal practice. I studied politics at Washington and Lee University, earning a BA in Politics in 1985. I earned my law degree from George Mason University in 1988.
I have been living in the Northern Virginia/District of Columbia area for a little over 7 years and would be more than happy to tutor in the comfort of your home or mine. I am also available to tutor online if necessary. My primary goals in tutoring are meeting and exceeding the goals of my students (be they professional or academic), showing them how to best use the tools provided within the classroom and in my tutoring sessions, and providing insights to the practical applications of the subject matter in real-world situations.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions you have! I look forward to working with you. Hello, my name is Bob. I have been a practicing lawyer for more than 25 years. As a retired member of the United States Air Force, I have experience in criminal and appellate litigation as well as general federal practice. I studied politics at Washington and Lee University, earning a BA in Politics in 1985. I earned my law degree from George
Law/legal brief- Bob was amazing! He was very understanding, patient and explained everything in a way that not only allowed me to understand, it also helped me retain the information. I would recommend Bob to anyone seeking a great tutor!
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I have been a practicing attorney for more than 25 years. The bulk of my work has been in criminal law, as both a prosecutor and defense counsel. I have litigated more than 100 criminal trials, written more than 100 criminal appellate briefs, and argued more than 15 appellate cases.
I graduated from George Mason University with a Juris Doctor in 1988. I was admitted to the Virginia Bar in 1988 and have been a member of that bar since then. I have been a practicing attorney for more than 25 years, focusing mainly on criminal law, but I also have extensive experience in administrative law issues. I also have extensive criminal trial and appellate experience having litigated more than 100 trials as a prosecutor or defense counsel and presented in more than 15 appellate case including the first federal appeal broadcast live over the internet.
I graduated with a BA in Politics from Washington and Lee University in 1985 (Washington and Lee characterized Political Science as Politics). My studies focused on both the philosophy supporting political ideas as well as the practical application of those theories to governments. We also studied comparative political systems and the organization of various governments based on their underlying philosophy and cultural factors. I maintained a high B average in these classes. Since my graduation, I have been as active in local, state, and national politics as permitted by my employment status. During my career, I served in several positions in which my duties included providing input to proposed statutory and regulatory changes. These inputs have often been accepted as the organizational response to the proposed change.
I have been a practicing attorney for more than 25 years. During that time, I have been the prosecutor or defense counsel in more than 100 litigated trials. I also presented oral arguments in more than 15 appellate arguments, including the first federal appellate case broadcast lie over the internet. I have also given numerous presentations to military and civilian audiences on a myriad of topics. These topics were in two general areas - the first were mandatory training sessions, the second were general topics as part of conference presentations. The training sessions had mandated subjects, but I developed the content and format of the presentation. The audience for these sessions ranged from 10 to 100 people. The conference presentations involved agency operations. The audiences for these presentations ranged from 50 - 400 people. Finally, while assigned to a Provincial Reconstruction Team in Iraq, I represented the United States in numerous television and other public appearances. I also worked with local Iraqi attorneys to create the first Continuing Legal Education organization in Iraq - including providing the first legal ethics session for Iraqi attorneys. The audience for these sessions ranged from 10 to 80 people.