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Monthly Archives: April 2013
The Department of Translation and Interpretation in collaboration with the Department of Legal Services at Nationalities Service Center is pleased to announce our newest interpreter training course: This innovative course is designed for bilingual individuals aspiring to become state certified … Continue reading
Drexel Students Will Have Option To ‘Fast Forward’ Their Law Degree | CBS Philly | By Steve Tawa | 4/2/13
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Some Drexel University Law School students will soon have the option to fast-track their careers – after two years of study, rather than three. The program requires the same number of credits as the traditional three-year J.D. program, and will … Continue reading