Frankie was born and raised in Atlanta, and since leaving for college, hasn’t stayed in one place long. He completed a double major in English and Psychology at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, before braving the frigid winters of Chicago to try his hand at legal work at a class action litigation firm. Now, he’s coming to Boston to start as a JD candidate at Harvard Law School.
Frankie loves breaking down complex topics into their simplest elements, and he applies that practice to his LSAT tutoring. As an LSAT tutor, one of the things he enjoys most is using practice test data to identify problem areas and game-ify the process to improve his students’ scores (the LSAT is really just a game, after all).
In his free time, Frankie enjoys rock climbing, training in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, practicing the guitar and ukulele, and reading just about everything he can get his hands on.