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Capital Law School accepting applications for loan repayment assistance program

TIFFANY L. PARKS, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Capital University Law School has begun accepting applications for its
Loan Repayment Assistance Program. The program, which was launched in
2007, provides limited forgivable loans to eligible Capital Law
graduates who are employed in a public interest or government position.

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Date Published: October 14, 2010

 

Copyright 2010, The Daily Reporter, 580 S. High St., Columbus, OH.

 

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