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Jonathan Bechtle

Jonathan Bechtle


Former columnist for Practical Homeschooling Magazine.

Jonathan Bechtle currently resides in Northern Virginia, where he works as the Senior Legal Assistant at the Home School Legal Defense Association. Jonathan is a homeschool graduate and is currently in his final year of study at the Oak Brook College of Law.


Homeschooling Articles by Jonathan Bechtle

Law School at a Distance You can attend law school at home. Jonathan Bechtle tells us how.

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