Apply for Employment Law
There are no set deadlines for LL.M. in Employment Law applications. Applications are reviewed and admissions decisions are made on a rolling basis.
There are three methods for applying to the Employment Law LL.M. program.
Option 1: Apply online by completing the John Marshall LL.M. Application. Please complete and submit the form in one sitting as the form cannot be saved.
Option 2: Apply offline by downloading an application here. Submit your application by mail, email or fax to LL.M. Admissions at the address below.
Option 3: Apply electronically via LSAC (Law School Admission Council). Please visit the LSAC website for account access or to create a new account.
Candidates for the LL.M. in Employment Law must a have a law degree from an accredited institution or be admitted to the bar. Candidates must also have an academic background reflecting an ability to perform graduate level work. Candidates who have not been admitted to the bar may be eligible for admission if their professional background includes experience in a related field, such as human resources.
Application Materials Checklist
If you are applying for the American Legal Studies LL.M. via LSAC, you will find complete application instructions, including a list of required documents within the application at the LSAC website. Required materials:
- Application form
- A personal statement addressing why the candidate feels that he or she will be able to successfully complete the LL.M. program
- Official law school transcript
- Two Recommendations, one of which must be professional. Download Recommender cover letters and instructions here.
- Application fee of US $50
Need Based Scholarships
If you wish to apply for need-based scholarships, please download the Scholarship Application and return it to the LL.M. Admissions Office by mail, email or fax at the address below. Please note that your scholarship application cannot be considered until you have submitted a completed application for the LL.M. program.
All application materials should be sent to:
Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School
1422 W. Peachtree St., NW
Atlanta, GA 30309
Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School is fully accredited by the ABA and the ABA has granted acquiescence to the LL.M. degrees.