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ASL students complete 90 hours of course work prior to graduation.
Jerry W. Kilgore spoke to students, faculty, and guests gathered at Appalachian School of Law (ASL) on November 17.
Brett Hall decided he wanted to be a writer in the 5th grade, when his teacher, Mrs. Betty Kilgore, showcased one of his short stories in his English class at Coeburn Middle School.
Appalachian School of Law was among the top law schools nationwide showing the greatest increase in graduate employment rate over the past five years, according to Pre-Law magazine. Check out the full article
This November, Appalachian School of Law (ASL) held its annual Intraschool Moot Court Competition on its campus in Grundy, VA.
“ASL gave me practical experience, with insight from attorneys and professors’ own practice. ASL also prepared me for the rigors of the bar exam.”