15 Years Tutoring
LSAT Preparation and Law School Admissions Consulting in North Texas and around the world.
Nathan has been teaching and tutoring prospective law students for nearly fifteen years. His students have been accepted at more than 50 schools across the country, at nearly every one of the top-ranked schools in the nation, and at every law school in Texas. He began his test-prep career as an SAT instructor for The Princeton Review and within a year, added LSAT, GMAT, GRE and MCAT instruction to his repertoire. Before long he became an LSAT master trainer as well, responsible for selecting and training LSAT instructors and curating course content.
Nathan continued to teach and tutor during law school but scaled back to focus on the teaching LSAT and providing law school admissions advice. He maintains that focus on LSAT and the law school admission process to this day and has been a frequent speaker for pre-law groups and a presenter at law school fairs.
As a practicing attorney, Nathan's peer group represents a range of educational backgrounds, which influences his instructional philosophy and his advice to students. Cognizant that successful attorneys come from law schools across the rankings spectrum, he encourages his charges to remember "a good LSAT score is one that gets you into law school." He has been successful with students whose scores run the gamut of the LSAT scoring range and helps his clients to supplement their scores with polished and thoroughly-prepared application packages.
Nathan graduated from Texas A&M with a bachelor's degree in international studies and pursued graduate studies in international affairs at Texas A&M's Bush School of Government and Public Service. He graduated from the SMU Dedman School of Law, where he was inducted into the National Order of Barristers. His law practice in Dallas focuses on criminal defense and constitutional rights in state and federal courts. His eclectic range of hobbies includes reading, film appreciation, collecting bourbon and rye whiskey, gardening, barbecue smoking, and motorcycling.
Nathan teaches in person and online.
SMU Dedman School of Law