Thank you for visiting my website. I use this space to develop my ideas, document my adventures, share information, and store my many hundreds of pictures of public libraries, bike infrastructure, municipal pools, and cats.

Effective July 1, 2020, I have deactivated my social media accounts (except for Instagram and LinkedIn) to focus on beginning my second career as an attorney. I live at my law school during the week and spend weekends in my enchanting Victorian home on the south side of Chicago.

I enjoy helping other people achieve their dreams and goals. To this end, I founded an LSAT tutoring collective while applying to schools. I have a special affinity for helping non-traditional and neurodiverse candidates find success. Aspiring law students looking for support on their journey are welcome to schedule time with me via the elleSAT website. Although I currently have limited availability, I am always available to speak about my experiences.  I maintain a waiting list and accept new students on rolling schedule that roughly correlates with LSAT score release dates, and provide referrals to other distinguished tutors, including my incredibly accomplished co-founder.

Before law school, I earned a master’s degree in library science and enjoyed an information management career spanning special libraries, records management, and management consulting. If you found this site because you are considering leaving the library field, please reach out and I will do my best to help you explore new opportunities. It’s never too late to change your life.

You can contact me at anita @ anita life dot com.