Eliana is a student at New York University School of Law. She holds a B.A. with high honors in Sociology from Wesleyan University, and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Before law school, Eliana worked for several years at a national women’s rights impact litigation organization. She recently co-authored a chapter in the 6th edition of The Lawyer’s Manual on Domestic Violence, published by the Supreme Court of the State of New York, Appellate Division, First Department.
Eliana first started tutoring while in high school, preparing students for the New York State Regents Exams. During college, she helped undergraduate students master the fundamentals of academic writing as a tutor at Wesleyan’s Writing Center. Also during her time at Wesleyan, Eliana tutored local high school students with a diverse range of learning styles at Upward Bound Tutoring, with a focus on SAT prep and the college essay drafting process. Eliana loves getting to know students and helping them communicate their unique narratives to admissions officers.
At NYU Law, Eliana is an advocate with the Domestic Violence Courtroom Advocates Project and the Suspension Representation Project, which provides advocacy to NYC public school students. When she’s not studying or tutoring, Eliana loves cooking Greek food, and can often be found running in Prospect Park.