Christian M.

Education: The University of Chicago Law School, Chicago, IL Juris Doctor; The University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy, Master of Public Policy with Honors; University of Notre Dame, B.A. in Liberal Arts and Sciences

Lives in Vienna, VA, USA

Christian graduated magna cum laude from Notre Dame in 2014 with a liberal arts degree. From there he taught himself the LSAT, scored a 176, and used it to attend the University of Chicago for a Masters in Public Policy and JD joint degree program. He graduated both programs in 2018 and now works as a Presidential Management Fellow with the US Department of Labor.

Christian comes from a family of teachers and has always enjoyed teaching and tutoring. He tutored formally and informally from high school through graduate school, most recently as a game theory and microeconomics tutor for first-year public policy graduate students. He also worked as a graduate school TA for game theory and cost-benefit analysis courses.

Christian is a skilled proofreader/editor. In addition to informally helping fellow college and law students with their essays, he was an Assistant News Editor for Notre Dame’s daily student newspaper and a Senior Copy Editor for the Chicago Policy Review.

Christian is passionate about lacrosse and football. He has been a boys lacrosse coach since high school; most recently he was the head coach of a high school JV team in Chicago. Christian comes from Minnesota originally. He is currently attempting to learn Spanish in his free time. He is a licensed attorney in Illinois.