AJMLS to Host Early Spring Open House, January 25
1405 Spring Street Northwest
Atlanta, GA 30309
Students interested in attending Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School are invited to learn more about the school, meet professors, students and key staff at our Prospective Student Open House 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., January 25, 2014. Associate Dean Van Detta will conduct an interactive mock-class session during the open house to give prospective law students a taste of what law school classes are like, the kinds of materials law students study, and the habits of thought and preparation that lead to law school success. The discussion will center on whether surrogate parenting contracts will — or should — be enforced by the courts.
Associate Dean Van Detta has considerable law-practice experience as a partner with an international law firm’s Atlanta office, where he concentrated on traditional labor law, employment discrimination law, international workplace regulation, and federal court litigation with an emphasis on advising and representing corporations such as PepsiCo, Frito-Lay, The Home Depot, Lockheed Martin Corporation, ConAgra, Delta Air Lines, Frito-Lay Snacks Caribbean (Puerto Rico), Sema Group Telecoms (U.K), and TV Asahi (Asahi National Broadcasting Company of Japan, Ltd.). He served as lead or co- counsel in numerous cases. Associate Dean Van Detta’s numerous writings on the law have been cited by the U.S. Supreme Court, several federal appeals and district courts, a state supreme court, and state appeals courts in Iowa and Georgia. His most recent article will appear in February 2014 in a peer-reviewed European journal.
The event will be at the law school’s Blackburn Conference Center located at 1405 Spring Street, Atlanta, GA 30309. To RSVP to this event, fill out the form below. For additional questions, contact the Office of Admissions at email@example.com or by phone at 404-872-3593 ext. 261. The Office of Admissions looks forward to meeting you and your guests as we share all that John Marshall has to offer.