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Upcoming Events

  1. New Student Orientation

    August 10 - August 15
  2. First Day of Upper-Level Classes

    August 10
  3. Virtual Open House

    August 13 @ 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  4. Last Day to Add/Drop Classes

    August 14 @ 2:00 PM
  5. First Day of First-Year Classes

    August 17
  6. Virtual Open House

    August 20 @ 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  7. Virtual Open House

    August 25 @ 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  8. Labor Day Holiday – School Closed

    September 7
  9. Mid-Term Exam Period

    September 21 - September 30
  10. Last Day of Upper-Level Classes

    November 16

What Others Say About Atlanta's John Marshall

  • Maurice “Reece” Riden II, Class of 2018

    Maurice “Reece” Riden II, Class of 2018

    Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School gave me the opportunity to pursue my education in a very small, close-knit, environment. I attended a small school for my undergraduate degree, and I wanted to experience the same environment for law school. During my time at John Marshall, I was very involved in …
  • 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 …