I completed my undergraduate at Brigham Young University with a major in Political Science. I am currently attending Drake University Law School.
As an undergraduate, I struggled with preparing properly for law school. I followed the LSAC website, but at times felt confused with how the service worked, wishing the organization was better. I resolved to help future Law Schoolers prepare for law school as they work through their undergraduate degree. However, I did not stop there. I wanted to learn more about the law before attending law school but had a hard time finding places online where law school material was covered. The easiest way to learn about the law was to sit in on a law school class. So, what if I documented my experiences with law classes by making my notes and outlines public and share what I was learning?
All of this information could easily be made available online and be a wonderful resource for prospective Law Schoolers (to prep for what to expect in law school), current Law Schoolers (to review course material and prepare for exams), and those who want to be Law Schoolers (for an easy way to learn about the law).
Thus, Law Schoolers was born.