Professor Jason Tolerico, founder of One-Timers has passed the bar exam in California, Nevada, Arizona, New York, Pennsylvania, and Colorado, all on his first attempt. His recent MBE scores have been 178, 176, 172, 170 and even an unprecedented 180. He is a professor at Irvine University College of Law in California and has taught Wills, Uniform Commercial Code, and Criminal Law. Jason Tolerico received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Southern California. He later attended Whittier Law School where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Juris Doctorate degree. He received CALI Awards in Wills, Entertainment Law, and Legal Writing Skills. While in school, he participated in several Moot Court trials throughout the state with his Trial Advocacy colleagues in competition against law schools from Southern California. He was a Student Body Representative, as well as an intricate part of a committee that worked side by side with the Dean dedicated to improving the school’s Bar Passage rate. Despite passing the California bar exam on his first try, Jason has no plans to practice law in California now, or in the near future. He is solely dedicated to building the best bar exam program in the State.
As a consultant for One-Timers, Rob Tauler is an integral part of its business team. Additionally, Rob assists in course development and essay grading for One-Timers. Rob has years of experience in test prep as an instructor for Testmasters, the nation’s third largest LSAT prep company.
Rob is a member of the California bar and practices law in Santa Monica, California, focusing his practice on commercial litigation. Rob is also co-founder of Tavius Consulting, providing negotiation training and consulting services to businesses and non-profits. Rob received his B.A. in political science, with honors at the Univeristy of California, Irvine and received his J.D. from the Harvard Law School.
Dan X. Nguyen
Dan Nguyen was admitted to the California State Bar in 2005 upon successful completion of the California Bar Exam on his first attempt. A graduate of Whittier College and Whittier Law School, he was awarded the John Greenleaf Academic Scholarship, Whittier Law School General Scholarship, Whittier Law School Merit Scholarship, and the Frank M. Doyle Foundation, Inc. Scholarship. Dan was the Executive Editor of the Whittier Journal of Child & Family Advocacy, Assistant Editor-in-Chief of the school newspaper The Zealous Advocate, Vice-Chair of the Whittier Law School chapter of the Vietnamese American Student Bar Association, and Treasurer of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association.
Dan has his own practice in Fountain Valley, California focusing on business, real estate, and estate planning law (www.dxnguyen.com) and is also a licensed California real estate broker.
Dan joined One-Timers in the Fall of 2009, and his sample answer to the July 2009 Performance Test A was published by the Daily Journal in November 2009.
Keith Lynch has passed the bar exam in California and Washington State and has been a grader for One-Timers since 2009. Keith earned his J.D. from Whittier Law School and his LL.M. from Chapman University School of Law. He has his own practice in Long Beach, California and focuses on family law and criminal law.
Mike Hansen owns a Orange County search engine optimization and web marketing solutions company and assists One-Timers with web development, SEO and internet marketing, video management, and most technology related issues. Mike has been helping businesses with internet marketing strategies since 1999 and resides with his family in Fountain Valley, California.
His speciality is in working with all types and sizes of businesses to help them grow and be successful in this digital age. Over the years, Mike and his staff have worked with hundreds of small, medium, and large businesses including Fortune 500 corporations and he also does private label internet marketing for ad agencies.
Mike and his staff have designed the One-Timers website and the BestMultis website design and other technical functions.
Mark Swatik is a Police Sergeant with the City of Hawthorne, where he has served as a Patrol Supervisor/Watch Commander, an Internal Affairs Supervisor.
Mark also has extensive experience in Risk Management and civil liability pertaining to Public Sector employment. He has provided “Use of Force” expert testimony and has been the designated City representative regarding polices and procedures in Federal and State courts.
Mark was selected as the honored recipient of the 10th Annual National Law Enforcement Law School Scholarship (2004), offered through William Howard Taft University, after a comprehensive review of numerous applications submitted by law enforcement personnel from throughout the United States.
Mark earned his J.D. in 2009 has since focused on Employment and Labor law, as well as Estate Planning. Mark also earned an MBA, with an emphasis in Finance, from Webster University (Summa Cum Laude) and has an Undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice. Mark is also a Graduate Professor for National University’s MPA program.
Mark hired Jason to prepare him for the California Bar exam and was so impressed with his curriculum and tutelage that he requested to become a part of our company. Mark has assisted One-Timers with essay grading, marketing and development of our BEST MBE program.
Aree is a licensed attorney in the State of California and works and resides in Los Angeles, where she
practices primarily in the area of family law.
After earning her Bachelor’s degree from University of California, Irvine with magna cum laude honors,
Aree graduated from Trinity Law School in 2006 cum laude. There, she was an active leader in numerous
clubs and served as Editor on the Law Review Board.
Currently, Aree is an instructor and private tutor for One-Timers Personal Bar Review Course®. She
brings a specialized knowledge of skills required to succeed on the Performance Exam, and teaches
students the skills essential to passing the Performance Exam. Aree has mentored, supported, and
helped numerous students pass the California bar exam.