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LU grad completes ‘American Ninja Warrior’ course

A local man has officially become an “American Ninja Warrior.” Liberty University graduate Josiah Singleton of Brookneal took his shot at the “American Ninja Warrior” course in Atlanta on Wednesday’s episode and beat it in his rookie run.

“It was a dream come true,” Singleton said.

Source: https://www.wsls.com/news/lu-grad-completes-american-ninja-warrior-course

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Feenstra Mattera returning to LU as women’s assistant basketball coach

Liberty Flames Hall of Famer Katie Feenstra Mattera is returning to her alma mater as a women’s basketball assistant coach.

Liberty’s first Division One All-American in 2004 and ’05 went on to play five years in the WNBA and several years overseas. 

She served as head coach at Cornerstone University in her hometown of Grand Rapids, Michigan for six seasons and was an LCA girls assistant this past season.

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Liberty University Announces Applications Open for LLM in International Legal Studies

Most graduated law students start immediate internships and in some cases full-time jobs as soon as they finish college. This limits their options when it comes to continuing their education.

Liberty University has created the LLM in International Legal Studies to be a fully online program. They’ve thought about the availability and time restrictions of busy legal professionals and created a program which allows them more leeway when it comes to scheduling and attending classes.

This online LLM degree is perfect for professionals whose career trajectory is taking them towards a regular legal work that includes interactions between foreign and domestic law. International law experts are highly sought after by businesses around the world due to the increased level of globalization of both business and trade. Being that this trend is only expected to grow we can expect that this demand will remain relevant for decades to come.

This LLM can be completed within a one-year period.

In order for students to be eligible to take this course, they need to hold a Juris Doctor degree from one of the accredited US Universities or an LLB degree (or its equivalent) from a foreign University. This University is accredited Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

Liberty University has not changed the prices for the tuitions for almost half a decade now and while the price of education is going up as a general rule they are keeping their courses affordable.

Source: https://www.translegal.com/llm-news/liberty-university-announces-applications-open-for-llm-in-international-legal-studies

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