With a Paralegal Certificate from Boston University, what’s a woman supposed to do to keep up with the law? It is to move forward with her fluency in it; one briefly put post at a time.
Feel free to use my work, if you dare.
I was thinking, short stories. That’s such a wide breadth of options that I couldn’t even figure out where to start.
So, why not start out where the writing is? In the Writers’ Vein.
I started this blog with the intention that it would be my exposition to share with you. I’m not writing legal advice. I started somiyachapman.com with a crusade for music, innocence and true love. Now, this November 2022, I want to cross the broken glass with a bright and enthusiastic pep for all that has pulled true-blue through to the end of the year 2022.
Namely, I continue my blog where I left off – it’s still me guys. I’ll be writing the Briefly Put articles to keep up with Texas case law. There’s lots of it! It’s not legal advice. I’m starting with a very famous Federal case called Brown v. Board of Ed. that I wrote up for Boston University this June 2022. Then we’ll start on page one in the big ol’ state of Texas.
God Bless You!