Andrew Schlafly

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Andrew Schlafly

Andrew Schlafly is a conservative lawyer and former engineer.

He teaches one of the largest homeschool classes in the country, including 58 in-class students in World History in fall 2006. In spring 2007 Andrew Schlafly teaches Economics.

Conservapedia developed as a result of his World History course. Andrew Schlafly and several of his top students continue to lead the project, and most of his students have contributed entries to it.

Andrew Schlafly has taught homeschoolers online since the late 1990s, and in person since fall 2002. Several of Andrew Schlafly's prior course materials are available on Eagle Forum University.

Andrew Schlafly is the fifth child of attorney John Fred Schlafly, Jr. and noted political activist Phyllis Schlafly. His great-grandfather, August Schlafly, was founder of the Union Trust and Savings Bank of East St. Louis, Ill., the First National Bank of Edwardsville, Ill., and other banks in Western states. [1]

He graduated from Princeton University with a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and from Harvard Law School as an attorney. A magna cum laude graduate from Harvard Law School, he was an editor of the Harvard Law Review. [2]

External links

Andy Schlafly at Columbia University

References

  1. ↑ Catherine Kosarek Wedding news. November 25, 1984.
  2. ↑ Medical Attorney Andrew Schlafly Posted on March 23, 2005.