The John Marshall Law School Foundation, Inc. is a Section 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. All contributions to the Foundation are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
The Alumni and Donor Scholarship
Established in 2021, The Alumni and Donor Scholarship was created through the generosity of an anonymous donor, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of the law school. The purpose of the scholarship is to support incoming students who demonstrate academic success and a need for significant financial aid. The Application period is open between June –August. *For more information about this scholarship please email Wendy Aina, email@example.com
American Cancer Society Scholarship
American Cancer Society’s mission is to eliminate cancer as a major health provider by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering from the disease, through research, education, advocacy, and service. Families who are faced with cancer undergo severe physical, psychological, and financial strain. Many graduate students who are fighting cancer must often interrupt their education and cannot work to save money for school or participate in extracurricular activities. Chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and surgery can be extremely debilitating, requiring extensive rehabilitation. Cancer survivors and care takers face so many challenges both emotionally and financially.
Graduate students who struggle with or succeed in their fight against cancer deserve assistance in their pursuit of a law education. According to the National Cancer Institute, approximately 8 million Americans have a history of cancer. Ambitious students who attend law school despite their health setbacks display impressive resolve. In an effort to acknowledge the wonderful generosity from the American Cancer Society to Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, a scholarship has been created to provide additional assistance to Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School students who are battling or have battled cancer at any point in their life. This includes those students who have a parent, sibling, or immediate family member that has battled cancer or is currently fighting cancer.
Recipients will be selected by the scholarship committee based on a brief application process which will be based on the applicants’ personal hardship and financial need. The $1,500 scholarship will be awarded to two students annually, applied to tuition and fees only. Full-time and part-time 2L, 3L, and 4L students are eligible to apply
Georgia Bar Success Endowed Award
Established in 2022, the Georgia Bar Success Endowed Award was created by Chairman, Dr. Michael Markovitz, to provide support for students at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School who are about to take the Georgia Bar Exam and to provide the best chance at passing the bar. This award will cover the cost of the bar application and bar exam preparation which can include fingerprints fees, driving records(s), and other fees associated with the Georgia Bar Exam. This award will be given to two students annually.
John Marshall Law School Foundation
The mission and purposes of the John Marshall Law School Foundation, Inc. are to provide financial support, by means of funded scholarships and fundraising activities, to law students attending Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, who come from disadvantaged backgrounds or underserved communities, and who show promise of succeeding in law school and who otherwise would not have the financial means to fulfill their educational goals.
The Foundation was formed to support the efforts of the Law School in achieving its goals, and seeks to further the mission of the Law School by assisting the Law School in funding scholarships to qualified students based upon financial need to help fulfill their educational goals of becoming practicing attorneys.
Merchant & Gould Scholarship
Merchant & Gould P.C., a national intellectual property law firm with clients in the Southeast region, is proud to sponsor a scholarship for Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School students seeking a career in intellectual property law and coming from diverse backgrounds. In addition to providing financial support, the firm wants to create opportunities and experiences for the next generation of IP attorneys. A cash gift of $5,000 merit aid shall be awarded for the law schools’ student(s) selection per year. The scholarship will be awarded in the spring of each year. For more information about this scholarship please email Wendy Aina, firstname.lastname@example.org.
S. Bradley Houck Memorial Scholarship
S. Bradley Houck was born and raised in a small coal-mining town in Mullens, West Virginia. He attended Marshall University and graduated with honors in 1993 earning a BA degree in Criminal Justice. Brad attended Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School in Atlanta, Georgia graduating with the highest honor and Valedictorian of his class in 1997. After law school, Brad worked with attorneys, Tommy Malone, and Adam Malone, handling catastrophic personal injury cases, and serving as second chair at trial for both Malones. After starting his law firm in 2003, Brad served as lead counsel in dozens of cases involving personal injury and medical malpractice. Brad is survived by his lovely wife and two children.
Established in 2021, the S. Bradley Houck Memorial Scholarship was created by Adam Malone, Class of 1999, with support from Senetha Houck, and Wes Jordan, Class of 1997. This scholarship was created to honor S. Bradley Houck, Valedictorian of the Class of 1997, and continue his legacy of excellence in academics and service to the community.
This scholarship will benefit many AJMLS students. For more information about this scholarship please email Wendy Aina, email@example.com.