Scott Hatch, J.D., has prepared thousands of people worldwide for professional careers, standardized tests, and graduate school since 1980. He utilizes books and materials that he has prepared for all online, live lecture, DVD, and textual course formats that he teaches through universities worldwide.
While in law school, Scott developed and taught LSAT, SAT, and ACT prep seminars throughout Southern California to help pay for his education. As Editor-in Chief of his law school’s award winning legal periodical, Scott was recruited and hired upon graduation by Shepard’s/McGraw-Hill to edit the Judicial Profiler series. That writing experience allowed for development and expansion of Scott’s courses during the past 30 years as hundreds of colleges and universities offer his curricula.
Scott was awarded his undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado and his Juris Doctorate from Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles. He is listed in Who’s Who in California and Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, and he was named one of the “Outstanding Young Men of America” by the United States Jaycees. He was editor of the California Freedom of Information Act Committee Newsletter along with several other award-winning publications, and he contributed as an editor to The Judicial Profiler (Shepard’s/McGraw-Hill) and the Colorado Law Annotated series (Lawyer’s Cooperative Publishing). He and his wife Lisa have authored A Paralegal Primer (Forbes), Paralegal Procedures and Practices, 2nd edition (Delmar/Cengage Learning), Paralegal Career For Dummies, GMAT For Dummies, 5th edition, SAT II U.S. History For Dummies, SAT II Biology For Dummies, SAT II Math For Dummies, and Catholic High School Entrance Exams For Dummies (Wiley Publishing). Probate Law and Family Law in the “Learn the Law” series (B & B Legal Publishers, 2010) along with additional Wiley publications will be released 6/10.
The landmark PBS “Law for Life” series was written, produced, and directed by Scott, who also appears in this weekly series. Scott continues to develop new courses for a variety of careers and extend his college admissions expertise to assist those seeking advanced degrees in law, business, and other professions. On behalf of Southwestern U. School of Law, he recently taught an international comparative law seminar at the Universidad del Salvador in Buenos Aires and they have established international study abroad classes at Cambridge University in England through Colorado public colleges.