Shlomo grew up in Brooklyn, New York. After attending Talmudic college for several years, Shlomo graduated summa cum laude with a 3.98 GPA from Excelsior College. Shlomo worked as an elementary school teacher in New Jersey for one year before beginning a much more relaxing lifestyle of attending law school. At the end of his first year at Fordham University School of Law, Shlomo earned a 3.86 GPA, placing him in the top 5% of his class. He then transferred to Columbia Law School, where he is currently pursuing his Juris Doctor. Shlomo has accepted an offer to work at Ropes & Gray LLP in New York City.
Shlomo has extensive experience tutoring a variety of subjects. He has tutored elementary school students in math, pre-law students in LSAT prep, and first year law students in contracts, torts, and property law, making him an expert at first-year course material! At Fordham Law, Shlomo was one of three members of the Privacy Educators Program, where he taught elementary schoolers about data privacy and cybersecurity.
When he’s not busy with law school, Shlomo loves to hike, listen to country music, and, most of all, spend time with his newborn son. His son is less passionate about attending his dad’s virtual law school lectures, but they do help him fall asleep for his nap time.