Self-portrait of Paul T. Freeman


My educational experience involved far more than attending lectures and taking exams. I took advantage of academic curriculum by actually applying theoretical principals to practical endeavors.

South Texas College of Law

Learning rules and predicting hypothetical outcomes is one thing. Using those analytical skills in the real world is something else entirely. Here's what I accomplished at school to prepare myself for a career in practing law:

Brigham Young University-Idaho

Before attending law school, I graduated from BYU-Idaho with a Bachelor's of Science in Communications. The curriculum available in that program was ideal for developing the skills and attention to detail that any good advocate needs to be thorough and persuasive. Some of those skills include: