The Connecticut Law Tribune's Patrick Linsey has a really interesting story this week about a recent Iraq and Afghanistan veteran who wants to help members of the military with the law school application process. Drew Schaffer is forming a new organization, Law Students Assisting Troops, which will advise "military personnel on the unique challenges of applying to law school while serving." Schaffer decided to apply to law school while on combat duty and it wasn't exactly easy for him to complete the law school application process while in the field. He studied for the LSAT "between combat patrols" in Afghanistan and took the LSAT "at a military base subject to Taliban artillery fire." Schaffer was admitted to the University of Connecticut School of Law and just finished his first year.