My teaching method comprises the principles and methods used to enhance student learning. These strategies are determined partly on subject matter to be taught and partly by the nature of the learner. My teaching method is more interactive and related to real world experiences.
Retired former state prosecutor specializing in criminal & civil cases, private practice litigator and former lecturer/instructor at University of San Diego and for various agencies including Dept. of Defense, US Navy, US Air Force, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, and USEPA.
I am not in the classroom to lecture. Teaching is about creating excitement with interaction and asking stimulating questions and challenging students to think. You cannot "dumb down" the law, but you can use practical examples of legal applications to help students grasp the concepts.
I prefer active discussions of real world issues that I have been involved in during my career as well as learning how to read and interpret case law and statutes. There will also be current events discussions and their application to the subject matter.
Sociology & Psychology Purdue University. Doctorate of Jurisprudence, Indiana University School of Law. Honorary Masters in Comparative Law, University of Guadalajara, Mexico. Courses & tutoring in English and Spanish. Document review, bar review, contract analysis and discussion, miscellaneous lessons, comparative analysis.
I am a cum laude graduate of NYU Law School. I have taught business law courses to students as well as practising attorneys. I communicate well and my students have been pleased with my teaching. I prefer the Socratic method of teaching, i.e. asking a lot of questions, but I try to tailor my methods to the particular student's skill level.
I've been licensed to practice law for seventeen years, and was in full time practice for ten years. I have been working part-time, including having been a college professor. I enjoy in person and online instruction, and am passionate about improving people's circumstances.
I can help out with anything from making index cards to study for tests, to brainstorming for essays and employee handbook writing. Since employment laws change often, I also do research to stay current on any changes that have come up since I graduated from this field.
I have been a practicing attorney for almost a quarter century and enjoy an AV rating. I have given lectures on numerous topics to laypeople and other professionals as well. Oftentimes, these sessions have qualified for continuing legal education credits.
I am a civil lawyer with 37 years experience in litigation and transactional work. I have taught law at both LSU and Southern Universities and have received educational instruction to further my abilities as a teacher. I am patient and have my students' best interests at heart always.
I take a student-focused approach to learning. I am skilled at breaking down complex information into readily memorable parts. Incorporate study skills to assist the student both with creating quality topic outlines as well as providing a basis for solid research and writing skills.
I teach, and provide U.S. Mexican legal processes comparative instruction, my teaching method is the Socratic method, I explain and give main ideas, provide examples, and let students ask questions and pose doubts at any time during my explanations.
I hold a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia. I practiced law for 20 years in Missouri and Iowa in all areas of the law except Bankruptcy. I have experience with the judicial system, the administrative law system and negotiation of agreements.
Mr. Litman has been a member of the Pennsylvania Bar since 1989, the District of Columbia Bar since 1983, the Maryland Bar since 1985, the Virginia State Bar since 1985, and the New Jersey Bar since 2007.
My teaching methodology is introducing concepts in a way that easily connects and resonates for students and professionals of all backgrounds and levels.
I am an attorney who has been practicing law for the past 21 years. I have expertise in the areas of family law, business law, general civil litigation, personal injury, and contract law. I also have an undergraduate degree in math and an MBA in Finance. I can tutor in any of the above referenced academic areas.
I have worked for 39 years in Louisville, KY in a solo practice, thus I have an overall experience in the field. My concentration was in Family Law and Federal Bankruptcy but performed in many other general area. I an familiar with the Judicial system and how it work and have the experience of being involved in most area.
I try to teach law by giving hypothetical examples.Specially in business law it is very helpful. I love to teach by discussing topics with my students e.g socratic method in U.S law schools.
I am a practicing lawyer in Atlanta, Georgia available to tutor students, whether in college, graduate school or law school in all aspects of civil & criminal law.
Undergrad and law degree from Univ Toledo.
I have a Masters degree in Public Administration from Roosevelt University and My Juris Doctor from The John Marshall Law School. I am on the adjunct faculty at the University of Phoenix. I think that learning is a cooperative venture for both teacher and student. I would structure lessons using the Socratic Method.
My method of teaching is done through a course outline prepared to guide, lectures, interactive sessions, assignments, coursework, review & test.
I teach the basics and rely on Case Law so you can how the Law works and how it can help you tackle whatever business you're interested in.
I hold a Ph.D. and M.A. in Political Science, a JD and an MBA and I love to teach! I truly enjoy bringing students to the point where they feel confident in and excited about their subject matter. I have taught at all levels and can teach courses in Business Law, Public Policy and Law, Psychology and Law. Students MUST do all of the work prior to a session.
I am an experienced attorney and professor and have taught at the undergrad, graduate and law school levels. Within the arena of Business Law I have specialized in entrepreneurship, small business organization and finance, employee ownership and CSR.
As a graduate of a prestigious secondary school, then Boston College, and Suffolk law school, I know what it takes to do well on high-stakes tests and projects. I have successfully tutored dozens of aspiring and current law students, as well as law graduates preparing to pass Bar Exams of several states, to help them achieve their respective academic and career objectives.
I have been an attorney for over twenty-five years and I am admitted in New York State and Florida. I have given tutoring lessons to law students, a paralegal and I am actively seeking students that need help studying for the bar exam. I recommend various handbooks and manuals to read on research and writing to my students.
As a post-secondary instructor, my new class was initially not interested in learning anything. They really just wanted to sleep late. But, when I explained that there are things they will learn that can help them in their lives each day, they were doubtful. I asked the class if they'd like to know when they must let police officers search their cars.
I am a licensed attorney in Illinois. I teach college and high school students law related material with a focus on business law related issues. I believe in an interactive learning environmentin which material is openly discussed to make sure comprehension and learning takes place.
Hey scholars! I graduated from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN with a B.A. in Psychology in Spanish. I received my J.D. from the University of Arizona in May 2015. I graduated summa cum laude and was able to secure a judicial clerkship with the Arizona Supreme Court.
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