I took the LSAT in February of 2007, and scored 179. In 2008, I enrolled at UC Hastings Law. It was the best school within biking distance from my home in San Francisco’s Mission District. I was 32-years-old at the time, and I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life. I already had a master’s degree in journalism, an MBA, and felt unfulfilled from a succession of different jobs.
After graduating from Hastings I happily decided not to take the bar exam. Because the same year I started law school, I discovered my true passion and obvious calling in life. I’m not a lawyer. I’m a teacher.
I taught for over two years with one of the big prep companies before starting Fox LSAT. I wanted to simplify the curriculum and focus more on the things that really translate into higher scores: fundamentals, confidence, and a happy, focused mindset on test day. I teach you how to have fun with the test, leading to dramatically increased scores. Additionally, my methods not only prepare for the LSAT, but for the critical thinking required in law school.
I’m also the author of several books including Cheating the LSAT, Breaking the LSAT, Exposing the LSAT, Introducing the LSAT, andThe Fox LSAT Logical Reasoning Encyclopedia.
If law school will help you find your calling, then I’ll do my damnedest to help you get in. My goal isn’t just to squeak you into a mediocre law school. My goal is to get you a scholarship, and help you get into a truly great school. Don’t hesitate to call or email me. I’m here to help.