Michele has specialized in writing how-to articles on law, paralegal topics, and food.
Michele enjoys reading memoirs and food blogs. Sundays are devoted to baking bread.
Michele majored in history with a minor in political science. In her senior year, she completed an independent study at the New Jersey Historical Society and was required to write a thesis using only primary sources.
Michele's articles on patent law, copyright, non-profits and disclosure, religious beliefs in society, divorce, and legal research have been published by leading online legal technology companies.
Michele's articles have explored trends, ethical standards, training, and job outlook for lawyers and paralegals.
A professional cook who ran her own restaurant, Michele's articles on cooking and nutrition have appeared on leading food and drink websites. She writes about proper cooking techniques, culinary terms, nutritional content of recipes, ethnic ingredients, and baking.
Michele's online articles have covered a variety of topics, from copyright laws to the purpose of using eggs when baking a cake. When writing for newspapers, Michele reports on municipal government and profiles local residents.
Michele blogs on education topics. Her work has focused on the learning and social challenges faced by ADHD children and adolescents.