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 Skills Faculty
Legal Research, Writing & Analysis I & II; Pretrial Practice & Procedure; Negotiations
B.A., Boston College
J.D., Loyola University School of Law, cum laude
404-872-3593 Ext. 254
ADR & Writing, Mediation, Civil Procedure, Legal Writing, Research, and Advocacy
B.A., Emory University, high honors
M.A., Emory University
J.D., Emory University School of Law, with distinction, Order of the Coif
404-872-3593 Ext. 266
Client Interviewing & Counseling; Depositions; Legal Research, Writing & Analysis I & II; Pretrial Practice & Procedure
B.A., Emory University, magna cum laude
J.D., Washington University School of Law
404-872-3593 Ext. 155
Legal 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
Adjunct Legal Skills Faculty
Executive Director, Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation
B.A., Duke University
J.D., University of Maryland
B.A., University of Pennsylvania
J.D., University of Dayton
Partner, The Crowther Law Firm, P.C
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.
Recent Legal Skills Faculty Publication
Lucille Jewel, The Conflict Between the Participatory Culture of the Internet and the Legal Profession, 12 MINN. J.L. SCI. & TECH. (forthcoming 2011).
Andrea Doneff, Arbitration Clauses in Contracts of Adhesion Trap “Sophisticated Parties” Too, 2010, No. 2 J. DIS. RES. (forthcoming Winter 2010).
Elizabeth Jaffe & Robert D’Agostino, Bullying in Georgia Public Schools: The IntersectionBetween the Free Speech Rights of Students and the Duty of the School to Protect, 63 MERCER L. REV. (forthcoming March 2011).
Lucille Jewel, Through a Glass Darkly: Using Brain Science and Visual Rhetoric to Gain a Professional Perspective on Visual Advocacy, 19 S. CAL. INTERDISC. L.J. 237 (Spring 2010).
Kevin Cieply, Kurt Johnson & Jeanne Myers, The Relations between Military and Civilian Authorities within the United States, in LEGAL ISSUES IN THE STRUGGLE AGAINST TERROR, 299 (Carolina Academic Press 2010).