Patrick M.

Bio

Patrick is a student at Harvard Law School. Before moving to Cambridge, he studied music performance at the University of Michigan on an academic scholarship. He was a Rogel Scholar and graduated with a 3.95 GPA. After Michigan, he attended the elite Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. In the last five years, Patrick has been playing second trombone with the San Antonio Symphony. He decided to pursue law school as a change of direction because of his passion for environmental and social causes.

Patrick has over a decade of extensive teaching and tutoring experience in the musical field. After scoring in the top half of the 99th percentile on his LSAT exam, he has recently turned his attention to helping students prepare for the LSAT and gain admission into elite law schools.

Outside of class, you can find Patrick running, cycling, lifting weights, and throwing the ball around the park with his 3-year-old rescue dog, Leela.

 

Education & Qualifications
  • Harvard Law School, JD Candidate
  • University of Michigan School of Music, Theater, and Dance, Graduation, MM
  • University of Michigan School of Music, Theater, and Dance, Graduation, BM
Specialties
  • Legal Studies
  • Expository Writing
  • LSAT
  • ACT
  • LSAT
Testimonials
  • Testimonial Citation: 
    "Best of the best! Patrick made a great syllabus for my schedule and I followed through as best I could! Patrick always knew what drills and exercises we would do during our sessions for me to gain confidence and better understanding of how to take the exam. I never left feeling discouraged. Each session I gained confidence to be a better tester. I would constantly have trouble getting past the middle parts of my exams. I would lose focus and start to get nervous knowing the questions were becoming more difficult. Patrick would teach me a lot of "in the moment" drills that really helped me separate my anxieties and my abilities to succeed on the test. I'd recommend him to anyone! Score went from 140 to 156."
    Testimonial Source: 
    (Carli, LSAT)