Person dropped out of high school after his sophomore year and enlisted in the U.S. Army. After three years of service, Person earned a bachelor's from Long Island University and a J.D. from Harvard. Following school Person worked as an associate attorney in several Wall Street law firms until 1968 when he began working as an individual practitioner, a title he holds to this day. In 1972 he founded the Paralegal Institute, a paralegal school and training program which ran until 1990. During the 1980's he created a private, for-profit court system which he called the "National Private Court." He spent over 20 years practicing intellectual property. Person is running for President in 2012.
New York City, New York