Law Schools Are Converting To Online Classes. I Will Make your Journey into
Online Learning a Smooth and Productive One
With COVID-19 here, many Law Schools are shutting down their bricks and mortar campuses in favor of online learning.
Many of my Law Students are anxious that they will not be able to keep up with their work in what, to them, is a rather startling setting. Their concerns are palpable and readily understandable. Remember, though, that online learning in Higher Education, including the Law, was the future well before this present crisis.
I am one of the top online Tutors in the nation (Top 3% per Wyzant) and can keep you on track. Together, we will do everything possible to ensure that you will come out of law school having met all your goals, and I have targeted and personalized programs that will help you do just that. Please read my recommendations under my Profile. I am professionally flattered to have received so many 5-Star ratings (combined, some 340 Five-Star ratings at this point and never anything less) along with published recommendations; recommendations that affirm and explain- some in considerable detail- how my learning and exam skills made the difference in passing Law School Exams and the Bar Exam.
I am uniquely qualified to tutor Bar Applicants and Law Students: I received the award as my law school's top graduate in academics and extracurricular activities, was nominated (based on a University wide faculty vote) for the Rhodes Scholarship, received 6 book awards [the highest grade in a particular law school course], was selected as a law school commencement speaker, awarded an academic scholarship, was first in class 1L- 2L, and was tapped as a member of Law Review, Moot Court, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Order of the Coif, the American Judicature Society, the Inns of Court, and Savant Tutoring. I regularly serve as a 1L Skills and Moot Court competition Justice and as an exam writing coach (IRAC, CREAC, and Case Briefing Skills).
In addition to a former legal practice in "big law" for 18 years (trials and appeals), I taught law school for over 20 years. I understand that many professors believe they should take what is simple and make it complex, while my job is to take what your professors think should be complex, and make it simple.
My hourly rates reflect my academic credentials, many years of teaching experience, my substantive knowledge of the law, exam skills best practices, and my ability to personalize tutoring sessions to fit the needs of my Law Students. I also offer online small group lessons at a discount.
I never judge. I see myself as a coach. As such, I will be your champion. I only succeed if you succeed!!