Undergraduate / Major
The University of Toledo, Marketing and Business Law
Organizations and Activities
Treasurer, Student Bar Association - Treasurer
President, Phi Alpha Delta
President, No Holds Bar
Areas of Interest
Corporate Law, Business Bankruptcy, Tax & Estate Planning, and Property Law
Working out, playing videogames, and watching movies
During law school, I work part-time for LexisNexis and Owens Community College.
On Toledo, Ohio
What I like most about Toledo is that it’s a city in transition. People are branching out from the factories of old and bringing new things to the city. From a state of art downtown area to the thriving arts district to the nicest AAA ballpark in the nation, there’s never a shortage of things to do.
Try to settle into your new schedule as quickly as you can. Figure out what times work best for you to study and what times work best for you to get some non-law school activities in (whether that be working out, watching a movie, etc.) Once you get comfortable with your new schedule and the demands of law school, it makes it easier to succeed during your first year.
I have a few favorite professors. I really enjoyed any class taught by Professor Strang or Professor Moore, because they have a great rapport with the class. Each class has a great atmosphere and isn't tense or uncomfortable like some classes can be.
I found that I enjoy the classes geared more towards the business world, such as Federal Income Tax, Business Associations, Bankruptcy, and Creditor/Debtor law. I was a business major in undergrad and want to work in the business world upon graduation, so I enjoyed classes I knew would help me better understand the work I want to do upon graduation.
I love studying on the third floor of library. I have the same area I always go to where I'm not distracted by noise or by people coming and going. The less distractions, the better. All of my friends generally study in the same area when they're in the library too, so I always know where to find the people with whom I like to study.
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