Christopher B.

Christopher B.


Spring Hill, TN 37174

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.96 25 ratings

Attorney & Assistant Professor of Political Science

I am an Attorney and Assistant Professor in a Political Science department. I received my Juris Doctorate in 2015, and have focused my studies in the are of Constitutional Law, Intellectual Property, and Government. Education has always been a passion of mine, and I love being able to help students achieve their goals, and helping this succeed inside and outside of the classroom. Tutoring gives me the opportunity to work with students and hopefully make a difference in their lives, thereby,... [more]

American History

I have studied American History extensively, as early as completing AP U.S. History in High School, as well as multiple courses in undergrad, and extensive constitutional law courses in law school. I also spend a great deal of time researching American History and Politics as a Political Science Professor.



As an Attorney and a Professor I have many years of experience doing research and writing pieces regarding that research. I have written extensive articles which have required months of research.

Government & Politics

I am a Political Science professor as well as an attorney, writing and proofreading are significant parts of my day to day career. I have studied government & politics extensively and excelled in these courses in undergrad and law school.


As an attorney and a Political Science Professor, proofreading is a significant part of my career. I have written various research articles and have helped my students improve their writing.


I am a 2015 graduate from Belmont University College of Law, and an attorney. I have also taught Intro to Law and the Legal System since 2015.

Bar Exam

After graduation from Law School in 2015, I have taken the Bar Exam, including the MBE, MPT, and the Essay portions. I have used Barbri, a Bar Prep course to hone my skills and which helped me understand how to best prepare for the Exam. During my last year of Law School, I took a semester long Bar Refresher which helped me learn techniques and the writing skills which are necessary to be successful on the bar exam.

Political Science

I am an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Middle Tennessee State University since 2015. I also have a Juris Doctorate from Belmont University College of Law where I studied various areas of government, constitutional law, governing theories, administrative law, etc. I had multiple Political Science courses in undergrad, and have a broad understanding of the materials.