Law, library science, psychology, languages
Lisa completed her degree with two majors and two minors. She studied several languages including French, Spanish, German, Chinese, Latin and Navajo.
Lisa finished her Master's Degree in Library and Information Science in a year-and-a-half while working full-time at the Indiana University Library. She completed the normal coursework but added computer classes, such as how to put together a LAN.
Lisa was a summer starter and finished her law degree in two years, still having time to participate in Moot Court, the Protective Order Project, and a law clinic.
Lisa has her Doctor of Jurisprudence from Indiana University, and practiced law for several years. While practicing, she conducted thousands of trials and prepared her own paperwork, motions, and legal research in a very busy courtroom. She also has research skills and experience because she has a degree in library science and has worked in technical services in the Indiana University library.
Lisa has been writing blogs for a criminal attorney, explaining various aspects of how a knowledgeable attorney can help with a case.