Education: Georgetown University Law Center, Expected JD May 2016; University of Wisconsin, BA in Economics and Political Science
Lives in Washington, DC, United States
Jeff is a fourth-year evening student at Georgetown University Law Center. During his time at Georgetown Law, Jeff has worked as a law clerk for Commissioner Pai of the FCC, and has worked as a research assistant for the Georgetown Law Journal.
Jeff has worked as a summer associate in the New York office of the international law firm, Paul, Weiss, and plans to begin working full time for Paul, Weiss after graduation. At Georgetown, Jeff has maintained a stellar academic performance, grading onto the Dean’s List in each of his first two years of school, and receiving the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Torts. Jeff also attended undergrad at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he double-majored in Economics and Political Science.
Jeff is a passionate, articulate, and friendly tutor who understands the important role the LSAT plays as a starting point to a legal career. When studying for the LSAT himself, Jeff went out of his way to practice every LSAT available to the public so as to fully master the skills needed to succeed on the test. Jeff has scored perfectly (180) on several diagnostics, and scored an official 171 on the October 2011 exam.
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