Mr. Krakoff was a class action litigator for thirty years in the federal court system. Over the course of his career, he authored hundreds of briefs and legal memoranda on all levels of the system, including the United States Supreme Court.
During his law career, he also published numerous articles and essays in magazines and other periodicals. He recently completed writing a satirical novel about the law drawing on his aptitude as a litigator and writer.
This unique combination of legal and creative writing has honed his literary skills to a highly proficient level.
In addition to more than three decades of experience teaching English, literature and writing in public schools, Dr. Kelleher has taught writing at a Pittsburgh college.
She has edited two textbooks, a novel, innumerable application essays, professional and student resumes, and entries to national competitions.
For the last 14 years, she has conducted writing workshops and book clubs for students and adults. She currently edits the teen newsletter at a local library.
Her expertise includes a critical eye for detail and a flair for creative expression.