Mena Pirone is an LSAT (Law School Admission Test) expert, a logic games specialist, and the creator of the innovative Logic Games Pro™ Method. She completed her undergraduate education at Brandeis University, graduating magna cum laude with a double major in Sociology and Chinese Language.
After scoring in the top 1% on her LSAT, she attended Harvard Law School, rejecting offers from Yale, Stanford, and Columbia Law. She worked as an intellectual property litigator for several years before turning her full attention to LSAT teaching and hasn't looked back since.
Mena has been teaching and tutoring for over 10 years. She has worked with some of the biggest names in the test prep industry such as Kaplan and PowerScore and has presented seminars to aspiring lawyers at universities across the country.
Mena lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her supportive boyfriend and her senior dog Pepper. Her hobbies include traveling (she has visited 35+ countries), language learning (she speaks seven so far), pub trivia, and Renaissance art and history.
You can find her at www.logicgamespro.com
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