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A presentation "Public Service Loan Forgiveness" will be held by the Financial Aid Office on October 30th, from 11:45 - 1:00 in the Trial Courtroom....
Trunk or Treat will be held on Friday, October 31st from 6pm to 8pm in the downtown Grundy on Main and Walnut Street....
Wear Your Halloween costumes and come ready to Dance Away the Evening....
According to West Virginia State Journal, Sabrina L. Deskins, (ASL class of ’02) will be sworn in as the new Mingo County Family Court Judge
ASL Professor Paula Young, University of Missouri alumna, LLM ’03, is one of twenty-three featured graduates in the current alumni magazine, Transcript.
Appalachian School of Law was recently listed fourth among 19 U.S. laws schools with an improved employment rate of greater than 10% in the last two years, according to The National Jurist, considered a leading news source in legal education.
Services offered during 2012-2013 school-year
Kenyatta Thorpe is an energetic third-year student with a bevy of accomplishments already under her belt.