received his Bachelors of Business Administration degree, with his
major concentration in Management, from Texas Tech University in 1994.
After beginning his business career, he enrolled in the evening law
school program at Texas A&M (formerly Texas Wesleyan) School of
Law in 1996. Casey worked full time while attending law school at
night. He graduated and passed the Bar exam in 2000. This experience
gives Casey a better understanding of the requirements of the
Casey became a licensed attorney in the State of Texas in 2000. His
major areas of practice were business and corporate law, entertainment
law, and intellectual property rights. Along with this online Paralegal
program, he also currently teaches as a traditional college classroom
instructor in the areas of state and federal government.
Amy L. Anderson,
earned her BA in Cultural and Linguistic Anthropology from Oregon State
University in 1995. After finishing a post-graduate certificate in
Latin American studies in 1996, she worked for a year as an English
teacher in Yamagata prefecture, Japan. She served nine years as a Legal
Affairs Specialist and Photojournalist with the Oregon Army National
A Trustees' Merit Scholar, Amy received her JD from the Willamette
University College of Law in 2000. As a law student, she made
presentations before the Joint Judiciary Committee of the Oregon
Legislature and participated in an international law student exchange
in South America. Admitted in Oregon, she has practiced U.S.
immigration and naturalization law since 2000, beginning practice as an
associate with one of San Francisco's oldest immigration law firms. She
has represented clients in many states and countries handling a wide
array of immigration and citizenship matters, with a special interest
in religious workers and asylum cases based on religious persecution.
She has appeared in removal cases in Immigration Court and in appellate
cases before the Board of Immigration Appeals.
In addition to this Paralegal program, Amy has also taught both online
and traditional lecture courses in estate planning and probate, family
law, and introduction to law and paralegal studies. Having
lived in California, Maryland, and Virginia, she dreams of returning to
her home state of Oregon in the beautiful Pacific Northwest to enjoy
breathtaking views of the Cascade Mountains, attempts at knitting and
painting, and lots of time with her children and family.