About Me

Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of a Law Degree. The title of my blog pretty much sums me up! I am a twenty-something who recently graduated from Baylor Law School. I am studying for the Colorado Bar, and excited to begin a new adventure! Allow me to break down my blog title for you.

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“Life.” I love life, but more than I love life, I love Christ. In fact, Christ is my life and it is for Him that I live. It is my goal to love and honor Him with all of my being and to seek Him first and foremost above anything or anyone else. In doing so, I am able to love and live life more fully. My family and friends are also vital components of my existence and I am eternally thankful for them. As cliche as it may sound, I would not be who I am today without them.

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The Three Musketeers (aka Ashleigh and Rachel)

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“Liberty.” I am passionate about current affairs and have strong convictions not only in matters of the Christian faith but in the application of the Christian principles to politics. Throughout high school and college, I was heavily involved in debate and in model programs. Immersing myself in politics and studying current affairs in light of a Christian worldview is part of what sparked my interest in pursuing a law degree.

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Finally, “A Law Degree.” After many applications and much prayer, I decided to attend Baylor Law School. Although my years as a law student were a trying experience, the Lord grew me and molded me more fully into the character  of Christ, and I would not trade that for anything. As I prepare to start practicing law, I am drawn to the areas of Estate Planning, Assisted Reproductive Technology Law, Real Estate, and Family Law. I am excited about practically and actively integrate a Christian worldview into the practice of law.

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Well, that’s about it. To get to know me more, just read the blog! It includes a variety of different types of posts – from recipes, guest posts, my latest running escapades, to random musings on life, liberty and the practice of law.

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