About The Instructor
I am a Member of the State Bar of California and the primary instructor for the course.
I have been preparing students for the California Bar Exam, as a full time activity, for 34 years. Several thousand former students are now practicing law in California. I am also a current adjunct professor at three Bay Area law schools.
Before becoming a lawyer, I worked as a mathematician in the aerospace industry. I also taught electronics, nuclear physics, analog and digital computer technology, and university level mathematics.
I have informal publications on the use of Z-transforms in digital simulations, on the numerical calculation of high order Bessel Functions, and mathematical filters used to improve the signal to noise ratio in experimental data.
I grew up in Los Angeles, moved to San Francisco during the revolution of the 60's, and have lived here since that time.