Brian is originally from Edison, New Jersey and although he loves New York views himself as a proud New Jerseyan at heart. He studied Mathematical Economics at Yeshiva University where he graduated summa cum laude and received the Biblical Joseph Prize for Outstanding Achievement in the Study of Economics. He subsequently headed off to Columbia Law School after completing the arduous LSAT test journey and negotiating a scholarship for himself. At Columbia he is a Harlan Fisk Stone Scholar, an Articles Editor for the Columbia Journal of Tax Law, and plans to work in tax law post-graduation.
Brian has been tutoring for three years and is passionate about everything education related. He has extensive experience tutoring students for the LSAT and guiding them through the law school admissions process. He loves working with students to crack a tough LSAT question, talking strategy during a complex scholarship negotiation, or going over a tough law school class topic. Brian is passionate about being a coach for his students and works with them to remove every obstacle in the way of their success whether it be motivation-related, test anxiety (which he himself struggled with), or time management.
In his spare time, you can find Brian on the tennis court, reading history books, attempting to learn how to juggle 5 balls (right now he can only do 3 or 4), playing chess, and hiking.