Making Law Graduates Into Attorneys since 1990!

I began preparing law graduates for the bar exam in 1990, and it became my full-time occupation in 1998. At that time I decided that a new approach to prepare for the bar exam was needed, and this led to the creation of The Sullivan Method books. Over the years I have individually prepared over 700 law graduates to pass the bar exam. The Sullivan Method books have been used by all these people and their comments and feedback have served to make the books more effective. The joy and satisfaction I get from helping people pass the bar exam cannot be overstated, and my wish for each new attorney is to have a career with similar fulfilment.

I also practice law in Washington, DC, on behalf of animal advocacy & protection organizations. I earned a B.A. in psychology from Clark University in 1984. I received my J.D. in 1989 from the Washington College of Law of American University, and an LL.M. in Labor & Employment Law from the Georgetown University Law Center in 1995. I am a member of the bar in New York, the District of Columbia, and Maryland.

Law Review Articles:

  • ERISA, the ADA and AIDS: Fixing Self-Insured Health Plans with Carparts, 7 MD. J. Contemp. Legal Issues 423 (1996).
  • Habeas Corpus: Ending Endless Appeals and the Paradox of the Independent and Adequate State Ground Doctrine, 11 Whittier L. Rev. 783 (1990).