Chelsea is from Southern California and has lived in South Africa and Liberia. She graduated from UCLA summa cum laude with a B.A. in English and Political Science and a minor in French language. Chelsea was a Root-Tilden-Kern public interest scholar at NYU School of Law. She has served as a research assistant, teaching assistant, and staff editor for the Review of Law and Social Change and was designated a Florence Allen Scholar (in the top 10% of the class based on cumulative GPA after four semesters).

Having scored a 178 on the LSAT, Chelsea loves helping others find the fun in mastering this exam. She has more than five years’ experience as a tutor, specializing in standardized test preparation, literature, and writing.

Outside of the library, Chelsea enjoys running and reading fiction.

Education & Qualifications
  • New York University, JD

  • University of California, Los Angeles, BA in English and Political Science

  • LSAT
  • JD Admissions
  • Testimonial Citation: 
    "Chelsea was very, very good at explaining new techniques and adapting to my strengths. In the six weeks between the September LSAT and the December LSAT, my score increased 10 points."
    Testimonial Source: 
    (Ben, LSAT)
  • Testimonial Citation: 
    "Working with Chelsea was a turning point in my LSAT studies and law school journey. I started out in the low 150s and struggled for two years trying to make any meaningful improvement with some of the most reputable tutors out there. After working with Chelsea over several weeks, I scored a 177. Chelsea has a unique ability to teach and precisely understand where I was struggling and explained areas of difficulty in a way that were crystal clear to me. Questions and concepts I did not understand for years became my strengths after working with her. She provided great feedback on my law school application materials and ideas about my career goals more generally. It is hard to find the words that can give her the credit she deserves. Chelsea is a kind person and gifted teacher and her students are lucky to work with her."
    Testimonial Source: 
    (Anonymous, LSAT and Law School Admissions)