Alderson Broaddus University (AB) is pleased to announce a Preferential Admissions Agreement with the Appalachian School of Law (ASL). The partnership, signed by Dr. Tim Barry, President of AB, and Keith Faulkner, President of Appalachian School of Law, provides a streamlined and preferential admission for graduates of Alderson Broaddus University to the Juris Doctor program of ASL.
“The signing of this partnership between Alderson Broaddus University and Appalachian School of Law encapsulates a core element of our Mission Statement – to prepare students to succeed in their chosen disciplines,” explains AB President Barry. “This agreement helps both institutions realize a goal to increase academic development. In addition, their education approach fits well with our mission of a diverse society of well-rounded and responsible citizens.”
“What’s important to us at the Appalachian School of Law about this partnership is we’re partnering with another Appalachian school,” explains Appalachian School of Law president and dean Brian Keith Faulkner. “A school serving this region and sending folks out to do great things across the Appalachian region and beyond.”
Working to make positive impacts on communities, AB and ASL have entered into dozens of partnerships with like-minded businesses and organizations to provide resources and employment opportunities for their students upon graduation.
Photo: (Front Row; Left to Right) Keith Faulkner, President of Appalachian School of Law, and Dr. Tim Barry, President of Alderson Broaddus University, sign the partnership agreement.
(Back Row; Left to Right) Representing Appalachian School of Law are Dean of Admissions Holly Cline and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Laura Wilson. Dr. Andrea Bucklew, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Jennifer Hawkinberry, Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management and Director of Retention & Student Success, and Dr. Eric Shor, Executive Vice President for Administration and Vice President for Enrollment Management, represent Alderson Broaddus University.