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Private Law & LSAT Tutor with 10+ Years of Experience (Orlando)

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Hi, I'm an experienced law tutor. I've been tutoring for over ten years, and have a real passion for helping students succeed. My current rate is $99 hourly, and I have only recently raised my rates so that I may be accessible to students. I also provide discounted packages.

My tutoring philosophy comes from a place of humility; for example, I raised my LSAT score on my own by 24 points from my baseline test score. I firmly believe in the potential of problem-solving and teamwork, and I'm ready to work one-on-one with students to help them achieve their goals.

My former students have attended and graduated from top undergraduate and graduate schools, including Harvard, Cornell, Georgetown, UC Berkeley, UCLA and USC. A majority of the students that I have worked with have demonstrated learning disabilities, and I have assisted those students in maximizing performance, both in the classroom and in standardized exams.

Different courses have different approaches to LSAT success. That said, when applying to law school, I engaged in a course of self study, and was able to secure a 99th percentile score on the October 2010 LSAT--a twenty-four point increase over three months of study. Furthermore, I am able to offer insight regarding the application process, and provide up-to-date knowledge on the changing law school application process and legal marketplace.

Please feel free to reach out for a preliminary phone interview. Thanks!

I provide both in-person and online tutoring. For in-person lessons, we can meet at your home, library, coffee shop, or another location of your choosing.

Great for legal studies students, law students, business students, and anyone else in need!


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The law school admissions process is complicated, nuanced, and risky. My goal is to help clients achieve admissions outcomes previously unimaginable—and that is what I have been doing. As an alumnus of USC Gould School of Law ‘14, I’ve been through the process from start to finish, and have taken hundreds of students through the process as well. I provide one-on-one, personalized service and have access to resources that will make your admissions cycle the life-changing experience that it ought to be, from LSAT preparation to negotiating the multiple scholarship offers you will receive.

Sometimes You Need Extra Help

Maybe you want a second set of experienced eyes to review all your work? Maybe you don’t have access to a pre-law advisor?

Maybe you want the personal attention some swamped advisors simply cannot provide?

Or maybe you have unique aspects to your application that you’re not sure how to address such as a past criminal record, a leave of absence from college, a disability and/or a low LSAT score or GPA?

Present The Best You

I work with a diverse set of clients, from the beginning of LSAT prep to the first day of 1L. The unifying pattern is that the law school applicants who work with me get the results they want more often than their peers: more scholarship funding, admission to first-choice schools, and results that surpass what would normally be predicted when considering GPA and LSAT alone.

We’ll Create a Perfect Personal Statement

You have a story to tell, and I can help you tell it. It doesn’t matter how many drafts it takes—I’m committed to ensuring admissions committees see the best you.

Concerned About Your Past?

Law schools look at the entire student. We can help you explain low LSAT scores or a less-than-stellar GPA. Past troubles don’t have to haunt you—we will put together the perfect addenda that will remove these perceived barriers.
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