Addresses Graduates LOS ANGELES -- Concord Law School of Kaplan University, the nation's leading fully-online law school, celebrated its nineteenth graduation today at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.
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CU stands for Concord Law School (online law institution)
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Stanton, 56, earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Management Engineering from the University of Phoenix and his Jurist Doctorate Degree from the Concord Law School.
Loyola University Chicago's School of Law will partner with Concord Law School to offer its Master of Jurisprudence (MJ) in Health Law degree online beginning May 2008.
99 Paperback KF8841 Bergman (law, UCLA) and Berman, an attorney, writer, and bar review professor at Concord Law School, explain how to represent oneself as a plaintiff or defendant in court in a bankruptcy, divorce, landlord-tenant dispute, breach of contract case, small business dispute, or other civil lawsuit.
to Address More Than 80 Graduates LOS ANGELES -- Concord Law School of Kaplan University, the nation's leading fully-online law school, will celebrate its nineteenth graduation on Saturday, March 2, at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.
LOS ANGELES, March 17 /PRNewswire/ -- With online higher learning becoming increasingly popular, the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC) announced its publication of Concord Law School Dean Jack R.
Goetz will also retain the title of "Dean Emeritus" of Concord Law School.
Hermann, legal career counselor, author, and Concord Law School professor, will discusshow to use your intangible attributes beyond grades, class rank, honors, etc.