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Faculty and Staff

The faculty and staff at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School is what makes our school stand out. At AJMLS, our professors practice what they teach and our staff bring to the school years of expertise in their various fields. Dedicated to helping students thrive in law school, our faculty and staff balance high expectations with genuine care and compassion. While law school won’t be easy, with our knowledgeable faculty and staff at AJMLS guiding the way, students will be fully prepared to succeed.

Faculty & Staff News

Professor Lisa Tripp Writes Opinion Piece on Euro Crisis for CNN

March 24, 2015

Professor Lisa Tripp’s expertise in Greece, the Eurozone and the U.S. healthcare system has led her to become a frequent guest and contributor to CNN. Tripp’s recent opinion piece, Greece the only villain in euro crisis? Don’t believe it!, is paraphrased below. … Continue reading

Dean Renata D. Turner Appointed Associate Judge for Fulton County Juvenile Court

March 19, 2015

Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School congratulates Assistant Dean Renata D. Turner, current Magistrate Judge in Fulton County, who has recently been appointed as Fulton County’s next Associate Juvenile Court Judge. Fulton County Juvenile Court is the largest such court in … Continue reading

Professor Michael Mears Quoted by AJC’s Bill Torpy About Last Meals on Death Row

March 3, 2015

Professor Michael Mears was quoted by Bill Torpy of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in his recent column that discussed the last meal of death row inmate, Kelly Renee Gissendaner, as well as the history of the last meal ritual. Just last month, … Continue reading

Professor Lisa Tripp Discusses Future of Greek Economy on CNN

January 30, 2015

Prior to the polls coming to a close in Greece’s recent election, Professor Lisa Tripp spoke with CNN’s Jonathan Mann via Skype to discuss the future of the country’s economy. After the election, Tripp joined CNN’s Amara Walker and Michael … Continue reading

Professor Michael Mears Appears on GPB Radio to Discuss Georgia’s Death Penalty Law

January 28, 2015

Professor Michael Mears appeared as a guest on the GPB Radio program On Second Thought (hosted by Celeste Headlee) on Tuesday, January 27. Mears discussed the history of Georgia’s death penalty law and the execution of mentally disabled persons. The timely … Continue reading