Lou Milstein began practicing law in 1979 after graduating from the University of La Verne earning his law degree as well as a Doctorate in Psychology (Post-Doctoral Certification; UCLA School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry). As a licensed attorney and a research psychologist, he is also licensed to practice in the federal tax courts. Lou has extensive experience within the areas Bankruptcy, Personal Injury, Criminal Law and other areas of General Law practice. www.loumilsteinlaw.com
Lou has been teaching in the San Diego community college system since 1977. He has been Instructing in the areas of Psychology and Business Law for the last 35 years. He has been practicing law in north county San Diego since 1980 and was one of the founders of the North County Bankruptcy Clinic in 1982.
BUS 140:1155 Spring 2015 (OCS)
BUS 140:1223 Fall 2014 (OCS)
BUS 140 Lou Milstein Class Intro
BUS 140/290 Danielle Brush Tutor Comments
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Teaching Philosophy/Style and Class Management/Activities
I have been teaching law and psychology classes in the San Diego community college system since 1977. My philosophy has always been to use the subject matter as a vehicle to instill academic skills (specifically writing) in the student that will be beneficial for beyond community college. As an active UCLA postdoctoral alumnus, I am very familiar with what is expected of the student as an undergraduate, graduate, and beyond.
As to the subject matter, it has always been my philosophy and practice to discuss the underlying academic knowledge and apply it to specific real life circumstances that may arise given the student the "best of both worlds" (academic and practical).