Melissa A. Hale, Esq.
- Current: Professor and Dir. of Academic Success & Bar Programs, Loyola University Chicago School of Law
- Previous – Professor of Law:
- Univ. of District of Columbia School of Law,
- U. Mass Dartmouth School of Law
- Bar Review: Lecturer – Themis Bar Review
- Author: Aspen Publishers: MBE Multistate Book, “What Not to Write” Series
- Vice President: LawTutors, LLC – Law School and Bar Exam tutoring
Melissa Gill passed both the New York and Massachusetts Bars and earned her Juris Doctorate from New England School of Law in May 2006. While at New England, she was on the New England Journal of International and Comparative Law, Secretary of the Student Bar Association and chaired the Barrister’s Ball. Melissa tutored Constitutional Law for the school as a 2L, and taught legal research as a 3L. Melissa was a research assistant for two intellectual property professors, and assisted in researching and editing the book Sports Law, Cases and Materials, By Russ VerSteeg.
In addition to teaching with LawTutors, Ms. Gill was a professor at University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth School of Law, and teaches for Emanuel Bar Review. She is also the co-author of Aspen’s What Not To Write series and co-editor of Aspen’s Blonds Multistate Book. Melissa was LawTutors’ former Head Attorney Instructor and Vice President. She has returned to her roots in Michigan where she still has an important role in LawTutors as Lead Education Consultant and Instructor. Melissa was the Assistant Director of Academic Support and Bar Programs at The University of District Columbia, David A Clarke School of Law. Currently, Melissa is the Director of Academic Success and Bar Programs at Loyola University Chicago School of Law.