Paul has been an avowed writer from the time he commenced his graduate degree in psychology, where he has since produced over 1,200 pages of original writings on psychology, education, law, and sociology. After attending law school, however, the caliber of Paul's writing necessarily moved up a notch, as the intellects of his professors were invariably more finely tuned. There, Paul received -- out of a class of 69 -- the Best Paper Award for a class Wills & Trusts. Further, he wrote an 70 page legal brief arguing for a change in the law; a brief now respected by Federal Judges as well as some of the nation's most prestigious law school deans. Additionally, Paul produced a 67 page paper entitled "Tea Parties and Abusive Sovereigns," a paper Ted Cruz may have read (two of his mentors possessed a copy) prior to defining his own campaign's economic policy. Although moderate in his politics, that paper has been hailed by some of the nation's foremost conservative intellectuals. The paper was one -- among several -- reasons why Hannan's law school dean (Yale Law '93) acclaimed: "Paul is one of the most brilliant legal minds that I have ever encountered."
On a more existential note, an article regarding Paul's multifarious life experiences was recently published in the Huffington Post. Of all the writings accomplished thus far, however, Paul is most proud of his recent paper on the Alaska Suicide Epidemic, entitled "Implications of the Werther Effect on the Suicide Epidemic in Alaska," a work lauded by one of the world's foremost experts on the subject.