I am a UC Berkeley graduate in International Political Economy. I studied Italian, macro and micro economics, world history, anthropology, statistics, political science, art history, English literature, among other things. In my day job, I am the lead paralegal at a civil rights law firm, with three years of experience and extensive training in legal writing. I am going to USC Law School later this year, however if I wasn't going to law school, I would be a teacher. I do hope to eventually be a law professor. I have always been passionate about the power of education and I believe mentors and tutors can be the difference between success and failure. At UC Berkeley I was a student adviser, and throughout high school and college I frequently tutored my friends. I also enjoy doing college, test, and career preparation and planning. I recently studied for and took the LSAT, so I am happy to tutor someone for anything related to law school preparation. I think one of the biggest challenges to students is figuring out how to plan for their future, however I am confident that with guidance and patience, anyone can succeed.