The Saint Louis University School of Law (J.D.)
I am a lawyer, by training, but I really love to write. I went to law school, inspired by John Grisham, and others, who studied law, but prefer to write. I have two copyrighted books, on Amazon currently: "The Lynching of A Saint: The Joe Paterno Story;" and Stardom & Addiction."
I graduated from undergraduate school, in 1972, at the age of 19. I went out into the work world, eventually got married twice, and twice divorced. I graduated from law school in 1998, own a paralegal business, a towing business, and love writing on legal issues, pertinent to daily living, for the masses.
I think that there should be basic classes in law, taught at the high school level, for students, who do not plan to pursue higher education. This will help them to avert the many pitfalls that await them, in the purchase of automobiles, homes, rental agreements, etc. The devil is in the details, and the novice consumer needs considerable training to avoid all the traps awaiting them. After all, when consulting with a lawyer, the meter starts ticking, the moment you take a seat, in that law office.
I would be able to tutor anyone in basic legal issues, such as contracts, fraud, estate planning, tax law, family law, etc. I would also be able to tutor students, and others, in english, writing skills, and enhanced reading comprehension.
I am also a history buff, and love to look back on history, looking for inaccuracies, and new discoveries of history, previously interpreted and reported erroneously. Revision, in favor of accuracy, is desirable, while revision, merely to rehabilitate villainy, is not.
I should hope, to be able to assist parents, as well as students, in any discipline, in which I am qualified to help. I look forward to meeting many of you, and that we shall learn from each other, as education, and communication, are a two-way street. I am a lawyer, by training, but I really love to write. I went to law school, inspired by John Grisham, and others, who studied law, but prefer to write. I have two copyrighted books, on Amazon currently: "The Lynching of A Saint: The Joe Paterno Story;" and Stardom & Addiction."
I graduated from undergraduate school, in 1972, at the
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