More than 3,000 students took the bar exam at a convention center in Tampa, Fla., in 2007.
Credit Zach Boyden-Holmes/St. Petersburg Times, via Associated Press.

The bar exam is likely to be the most important hurdle you need to overcome on your path to becoming a lawyer. And it is a challenge! But it doesn't need to be a stumbling block. If you're preparing for an upcoming bar exam, and you need a little extra help, you've come to the right place.

I am a Maryland-licensed attorney who recently passed the bar exam. Drawing on my experience taking and passing the bar, I am here to help you reach your goal of passing the bar exam. 

Personal. Even if you're already using one of the large bar exam prep companies, I have no doubt that you can benefit from a little bit of personalized attention. My goal is not to change your study habits or your test-taking strategies, but to help you refine them for the two-day marathon that is the bar exam.

Flexible. My bar exam tutoring is not a cookie-cutter template but rather a flexible approach that tailors its needs to your weaknesses. Moreover, I will work with you to best fit your schedule. The time between now and the bar exam is a precious commodity and you will want to plan ahead to use it wisely. I can help you with that.

Affordable. You have already invested tens of thousands of dollars in law school tuition, and more thousands into bar exam prep courses. My aim to to provide you with a reasonably-priced addition to give you the most bang for your buck.

If you're interested, contact me and let's work together toward your ultimate goal--passing the Maryland bar exam!



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