At Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, legal writing and advocacy are not just courses; they are integral parts of our school’s curriculum. The entire faculty recognizes the value in quality legal skills education, both to the institution and to the success of its students. As part of the faculty’s commitment to keeping student-to-faculty ratio low in the legal skills classroom, the number of full-time faculty dedicated to teaching primarily in the Legal Skills & Professionalism Program has doubled in recent years and is expected to continue growing.
Legal Research, Writing & Analysis I & II; Pretrial Practice & Procedure; Negotiations
B.A., Boston College
J.D., Loyola University School of Law, cum laude
Client Interviewing & Counseling; Depositions; Legal Research, Writing & Analysis I & II; Pretrial Practice & Procedure; Domestic Relations
B.A., Emory University, magna cum laude
J.D., Washington University School of Law
Associate Dean for Academic Administration, Associate Professor
Transactional Drafting; Advanced Transactional Drafting; Legal Research, Writing & Analysis I & II; Pretrial Practice & Procedure; Business Organizations
A.B., Duke University, cum laude
J.D., University of Virginia School of Law
Legal Writing, Research & Analysis I & II, Trial Advocacy
A.B., Dartmouth College
J.D., George Washington University
AJMLS Legal Skills Faculty come to the School with diverse but expansive practice experience, including medical malpractice litigation, commercial litigation, administrative law, domestic relations practice, and corporate/transactional work. Members of the Legal Skills Faculty are active in the Georgia legal community, involving practitioners in judging student oral arguments, guest speaking, authoring publications, and sponsoring workshops.