Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School was founded in 1933 as an independent, freestanding educational institution dedicated to providing a quality educational opportunity to non-traditional or adult learners, and to other significantly underserved segments of Georgia citizenry. The Law School provides the opportunity for legal education to both traditional and non-traditional students who show promise of making positive contributions to the profession, legal system or society. They are dedicated to preparing highly skilled, ethical, and professional lawyers who possess a strong social conscience.
The law school offers prospective students a range of programs outside the traditional full-time J.D. programs. The part-time J.D. program is ideal for working adults seeking a legal education; the Honors J.D. in Criminal Justice is designed to cater to students with a strong desire to learn about criminal law from day one; and the accelerated spring entry J.D. program allows students to graduate in 2.5 years! Regardless of which program students select, the school prides itself on providing a student-centered atmosphere in which each student receives personal and specialized attention.
American Bar Association, Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar
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