Student with extensive experience in political campaigning and activism. Experienced in analyzing politicians and political issues, writing about them, and then distributing the writing. Experienced in campaign and political activism while working independently, as part of a team, and as the leader of a team. Fiery passion for libertarian ideals, policies, and movements.
Home school curriculum containing dual-enrollment in community college.
Graduate of the Virginia TeenPact Leadership School State Class for three consecutive years.
Graduate of the 2014 TeenPact Leadership School Judicial program.
Freshman in college taking 16 credits, with six extra credits completed from time in dual-enrollment at Thomas Nelson Community College during high school.
Note: Paralegal major only temporary measure being used to gain access to introductory legal classes for experience. As of next semester, major will be Associate of Science in Business Administration. The change will be made due to the transferability of credits to a four year school from a general science degree.
Introduction to Law has provided understanding of the mechanics of the United States Judicial Branch, as well as information concerning the Executive and Legislative branch.
Learning Legal Research is a course which gave the necessary learning framework to use recourses such as Westlaw and LexisNexis to comprehensively research, brief, and journal even the most narrow legal topics.
Mark R. Matney, J.D. (Employer/Advisor)
Dr. K. Scott Swan: (Mentor)
Amy Anderson, J.D. (Professor)
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