The Home School Court Report
VOLUME XIV, NUMBER 6
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NOVEMBER / DECEMBER 1998
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Cover Story
Home Schoolers Win Ban on National Test

Special Features
So You Want to Attend Patrick Henry College

National Center Reports
National ID Regulations on Hold for Year

Defense Authorization Bill of 1998

The Higher Education Amendments of 1998

Gifted Home Schoolers Excel

Across the States
State by State

Regular Features
Press Clippings

Staff News

A Contrario Sensu

Notes to Members

Prayer and Praise

Litigation Report

President’s Page

S T A F F   N E W S

Scott Squared

     First there was Mike squared (Mike Farris and Mike Smith). Then we had two Calebs, two Davids, two Riches, three Andrews, and a couple of Katies. Continuing Home School Legal Defense Association’s trend of hiring multiples of good names, we now have two Scotts—Scott Somerville and Scott Woodruff.
     Hailing from the Show-Me State of Missouri, Scott Woodruff, Esq., joined HSLDA’s staff in September. Scott is taking on contacts for about half of our other Scott’s (Somerville) states. (See list below.)
     Scott (Woodruff, that is) began home schooling about three years ago when his wife Jane became interested in home schooling their two little girls, and his son Christopher came home from private Christian school asking to be home schooled. The Woodruffs gave home education a trial run for one month that summer and have been sold on it ever since. Their three children are Christopher, 12; Sarah, 6; and Betsy, 8.
     Following completion of a double major in English and Foreign Affairs (B.A.) and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Virginia, Scott Woodruff landed his first job out of law school with then-Missouri attorney general John Ashcroft. There, he also met his future wife, Jane.
     Scott was working in the legal department of a major regional insurance company when he spotted and responded to HSLDA’s ad for a new attorney in the January/February Court Report. He is licensed to practice law in Virginia and Missouri. He and his family have relocated to Leesburg, Virginia.
     The Woodruffs enjoy studying history, hiking, camping, gardening, and Boy Scouts. (Scott started a Boy Scout troop for home schoolers back in Missouri.) They’ve studied ancient Greek, Spanish, and colonial history, and they’re on about the fifth trip through C.S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia.

Attorney Scott Woodruff

The States of Woodruff
Attorney:
Scott Woodruff
Legal Assistant:
Michaela Walsh

If you are a member in one of these states and have a legal problem related to home schooling, pick up the phone and call Michaela or Scott Woodruff.

Colorado
Illinois
Indiana
Kansas
Maine
Maryland
Michigan
Missouri
New Hampshire
Northern Mariana Islands
Oklahoma
Vermont
Virgin Islands