Alumni Stories

    Virginia (Ginger) Arnold

    June 19, 2015

    Virginia (Ginger) Arnold’s AJMLS Story carries an underlying theme: service. As a non-traditional student, Ginger earned her J.D. in the part-time day program while also serving as an elected class representative, Student Ambassador, Peer Mentor, Law Journal Editor, research assistant, member of the nationally ranked Client Counseling team, and full-time mom. Since graduating from the […]

    David Lee Windecher

    June 19, 2015

    David Lee Windecher credits his career and success to the law school. “John Marshall gave me an opportunity to redefine my life,” said David. “They believed in me. AJMLS gave a poor kid from the hood an opportunity to engage his passion and realize his American dream.” Since graduating from the law school in 2012, […]

    Travis Foreman, Class of 2016

    June 19, 2015

    Atlanta John Marshall Law School provided me with the opportunity to attain a legal education in a diverse community of students, professors and staff. It also prepared me for future endeavors as a lawyer by equipping me with knowledge that allowed me to excel during my internships and by presenting occassions to network with leaders […]

    Jasmine Rowan, Class of 2014

    June 19, 2015

    I was afforded access to a plethora of legal opportunities while at John Marshall. The rigors of the classroom paired with knowledgeable and resourceful faculty challenged my work ethic while molding my legal mind. As a non-traditional student I sincerely value John Marshall believing in me and assisting in my being prepared for the bar […]

    Sam Moore, Class of 2015

    June 19, 2015

    As a transfer student at John Marshall I was welcomed into a hospitable and student-friendly law school community. The faculty and administration were always willing to offer their support and guidance whenever I needed since there was no communication barrier with their open-door policies. At John Marshall the faculty and administration genuinely invest themselves in […]