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  1. Last Day of Classes

    November 19
  2. Thanksgiving Break

    November 20 - November 23
  3. Reading Period

    November 26
  4. Final Exam Period

    November 27 - December 12
  5. Mass Swearing-In Ceremony

    November 29 @ 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  6. Georgia Bar Deadline for Receipt of ADA or Administrative Accommodation for February Exam

    December 1
  7. First Day of Spring 2019 Classes

    January 7, 2019
  8. Last Day to Add/Drop Classes

    January 11, 2019
  9. MLK, Jr. Holiday

    January 21, 2019
  10. Regular Registration Deadline for March MPRE

    January 24, 2019

What Others Say About Atlanta's John Marshall

  • Kayla Kudratt, Class of 2018

    Kayla Kudratt, Class of 2018

    Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School gave me the opportunity to attend a close-knit, diverse institution where professors, faculty, and staff truly care about the students and their success. As a Criminal Justice Honors Program graduate, I was afforded the opportunity to follow my passion and learn from prominent, well-respected attorneys …
  • Lisanne Edelman, Class of 2017

    Lisanne Edelman, Class of 2017

    The Criminal Justice Honors Program allowed me to follow my passion while being taught by faculty that not only has decades of experience in the field, but also helped me thrive and reach my goals. I graduated from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School with the utmost confidence that I can …
  • Travis Foreman, Class of 2016

    Travis Foreman, Class of 2016

    Atlanta John Marshall Law School provided me with the opportunity to attain a legal education in a diverse community of students, professors and staff. It also prepared me for future endeavors as a lawyer by equipping me with knowledge that allowed me to excel during my internships and by presenting …