Tutor profile: Arielle J.
Attorney with many years of tutoring experience
I am an attorney who currently negotiates research agreements on behalf of the University of Michigan. I love the written word and parsing through language, the Oxford comma, and reading agreements/essays is my version of fun.
While in college, I tutored middle and high school students in English, History, and Math. Currently, I review essays for college, masters, and PhD students and help students perfect their sentence structure and language skills.
Michigan State University
Juris Doctor (J.D.)
2015 - 2017
University of Michigan
2010 - 2014
University of Michigan, Project Representative
2019 - Present
Negotiated various types of institutional contracts related to University research operation in a deadline driven environment, including funded research, service, sponsorship, government subcontracts, and unfunded agreements such as research collaboration, software licensing, equipment loan, data use, memorandums of understanding, NDAs, business associate, and material transfer agreements. Provided internal legal support and advice for faculty and research administration
The Sikorski Law Firm PLLC, Associate Attorney
2019 - 2019
Educated clients to make informed, intelligent decisions about their case, based upon practical risk-benefit analysis and understanding and application of the law to their unique circumstances. Communicated with clients to explain court proceedings, discuss case strategy, provide case updates, and answer questions. Communicated regularly with opposing counsel to facilitate amicable resolution to issues where possible. Prepared clients for Friend of the Court hearings, court proceedings, mediation, creditors’ meetings and bankruptcy...
Zeigler, Townley & Associates, Associate Attorney
2017 - 2019
Drafted and executed estate planning documents. Conducted documentary and evidentiary research. Drafted civil complaints and prepared discovery requests. Drafted and reviewed buy-sell agreements, purchase agreements, non-disclosure agreements and non-solicitation agreements. Prepared motions and briefs for presentation in court. Provided support with research, writing and court appearances
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