Tag Archives: Paralegal Programs

Alumni Spotlight: Paralegal Program Graduate Jennifer Brizius

Jennifer Brizius is a recent Minnesota School of Business-Lakeville (MSB) graduate who received her associate in applied science degree in paralegal. She graduated with highest honors and was selected to represent the Lakeville campus as their student speaker. See what Jennifer had to say about her time at college. What made you choose MSB? I chose
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What is Jury Nullification? Attorney-Instructor Answers Questions

A college is fortunate to have an instructor that is respected in the community and invited by other colleges and universities to be a keynote speaker. For Minnesota School of Business-Rochester, this instructor is attorney Allan Witz of Witz Law P.A., who is also president of the Third District Bar Association.  Allan was recently invited
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Not on Facebook? This Teacher Still Gets Likes

There are approximately 45 instructors teaching at the Minnesota School of Business-Rochester every quarter across 10 different programs.  They all have different educational backgrounds, work histories and philosophies on teaching, and Sara Govrik, dean of faculty, would like to highlight one of them.  Allan Witz has been teaching business and legal sciences classes at MSB-Rochester for
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NFPA-Paralegal Scholarship Applications Due July 1

Announcement from National Federation of Paralegal Associations, Inc. – SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION and NOMINATIONS FOR AWARDS Deadline Fast Approaching!!! July 1st is the postmark deadline for submission of your applications for the NFPA/Thomson Reuters 2012 scholarships for paralegals students, and also for getting in those nominations for NFPA awards.There are two scholarships available to paralegal students, $3,000
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Annual Festival of Trees Event Brings MSB Rochester Programs Together

Annual Festival of Trees Event Brings MSB – Rochester Programs Together Rochester, MN – December 10, 2011 MSB-Rochester participated in Hiawatha Homes annual fundraiser, “The Festival of Trees.”  The five day event ran from Nov. 22 through Nov.27 at the Mayo Civic Center. Christmas trees were decorated and sold at auction for businesses to use
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