Prelaw is all about the Big Choices: What major … Which law school … How am I paying for this … Who am I and where am I going … Committing to be a law student is complicated and full of tough choices. But the rewards are just as great.
The race has started . . . the runners are hitting their stride . . . are you leading the pack or are you still tying your running shoes? Most of the 200 ABA Approved Law Schools have begun accepting and reviewing applications. Does your application have what it takes to be a winner?
My primary practice areas are Estate Planning, Business and Real Estate. I am a former litigator who worked for private law firms handling a range of cases from inception to trial preparation, including wrongful death, fraud, and trust disputes. In addition to my full-time law practice, I am also an image consultant helping men improve their wardrobe and build their confidence for their professional and personal lives.
As an undergraduate student, I first intended to major in corporate communication and pursue a career in marketing or public relations. As I was nearing the end of my undergraduate studies, I took a political science class to fulfill an elective requirement. For the first time in my college career, I felt challenged and academically stimulated, so I stayed an extra year to complete a Political Science major.