I was an adult learner when I studied for and aced the LSAT; I was fortunate to receive an academic scholarship which covered my entire law school education because of my steady work to do well on the LSAT. Likewise, I studied about the Socratic method in order to do well in law school, and I developed my own method to do well on the bar since I could in no way afford courses like BarBri. I believe in the Socratic method and the power of encouraging students through repetition.
I taught law school students while in law school, averaging 12 students each semester. Those students all graduated and all passed the bar in the state of their choice. I also homeschooled my children, and all four of them entered public school a grade ahead of age.
I have a Juris Doctor, and I am a member of the Missouri Bar in good standing. I attained the "book award" for the highest grade in five classes in law school and I was an editor on our law review. While in law school I was named CASA of the year for my dedication to abused and neglected children. I was allowed to practice law as a law student, under Rule 13. I have gone on to practice law in multiple areas, and I continue to educate myself in various fields because I'm a bit of a geek.
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