What’s up, Kirkland?! I am so excited to get to know you all as a non-resident tutor. Though I won’t be with you every day, please always know that my office hours will be a good time.
I am currently pursuing my J.D. at Harvard Law School and am involved with the Black Law Students Association and the Environmental Law Review. I am from Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania and received by B.A. in Environmental Studies from the University of Pittsburgh in 2018. I worked for a corporate law firm as a recruiting assistant for 2.5 years before law school. When I’m not working or in school, I enjoy dancing, yoga and amateur wildlife photography (i.e. taking very zoomed-in pictures of leaves, deer and birds). I can’t wait to get to know all of you and feel free to hit me up anytime!
Hey Kirkland! I’m a 2L at Harvard Law School and am stoked to be helping out this year as a nonresident pre-law tutor. I’m from Dallas, Texas and received my BA in Political Science from Notre Dame; I went straight from undergrad to law school, so I’m proof that actual life experience is in no way a prerequisite to admission. I’ve been working as an LSAT tutor and a law school admissions coach for two years now, so come chat with me about all things pre-law. If you want to toss the football/baseball/frisbie around while we’re at it, that can be arranged. Can’t wait to get to know y’all!
Hi, Kirkland! I’m excited to join the community as a nonresident tutor. I’m currently a 1L at Harvard Law School, and am very eager to chat with and get to know folks who are considering going to law school. I grew up in La Plata, Maryland, and completed my undergraduate education at the University of Maryland, College Park, where I earned dual degrees in Government and Politics and Philosophy in 2018. I also minored in music performance (bassoon). In 2019, I graduated from the University of Oxford with an MSc in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation. Afterwards, and leading up to law school, I served as a Fulbright Research Fellow in Mauritius, where I conducted qualitative research on domestic violence. My academic work has centered around the intersection of race, gender, and health. In my free time, I enjoy playing video games, dancing, watching sports, and drawing. Please don’t hesitate to ask me about the law school application process, how to navigate school with multiple marginalized identities, or any other concerns/questions you may have.