Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School is located at 1422 West Peachtree Street in the heart of Atlanta’s Midtown district at the junction of two major interstate highways. The school is thus easily accessible to students throughout the metropolitan Atlanta area as well as northern and central Georgia.
The school is housed in a nine story mid-rise located on one of the major streets in Atlanta. The facilities of the school have recently undergone a major renovation with the construction of new classrooms and a new trial and appellate courtroom, all of which are equipped with the latest in audio-visual technology, as well as a substantial expansion in space allocated to the law library. All are located in one building to provide convenient access to students. The building is fully accessible to those with special needs.
In addition to the newly renovated areas of the law school is a 16,500 square-foot state-of-the-art conference center designed to bolster educational opportunities for the law school. The Blackburn Conference Center is conveniently situated across the street from the law school and is exclusively for law school use.
Directions to Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School
Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School campus is comprised of two buildings: 1422 West Peachtree Street NW and 1405 Spring Street NW. Parking for the law school and conference center is located on campus at the intersection of 18th Street and Spring Street, accessible from 18th Street. Atlanta’s John Marshall is also conveniently located just three blocks from the Arts Center stop on a Metro Atlanta Transit Authority (MARTA) route.
From the North
I – 85
Take I-85 South to the 17th St. exit – take a left onto 17th St. – at the second light, take a left (W. Peachtree St.) – go to the first light and take a left onto 18th St. – the parking deck is on the right.
I – 75
Take I-75 South to Northside Dr. exit – turn right onto Northside Drive – drive about a 1/2 mile and turn left onto 17th St. – Take 17th St. across the interstate and take a left onto W. Peachtree St. – drive one block and turn left onto 18th St. – the parking deck is on the right.
From the South
Take I-75/I-85 North to the 10th/14th/Techwood exit (Approximately a 1/2 mile before the 75/85 split) – turn right onto 10th St. – go to the second light (W. Peachtree St.) turn left – drive eight blocks and turn left onto 18th Str. – the parking deck is on the right.
From the East
Take I-20 East to I-75/I-85 North. Once on I-75/I-85 North, follow the directions above.
From the West
Take I-20 West to I-75/I-85 North. Once on I-75/I-85 North, follow the directions above.
Take MARTA to the Arts Center Station – exit onto W. Peachtree St. and turn right – walk three blocks and cross the street at 18th St.
The law school occupies space in a nine story mid-rise building at 1422 West Peachtree Street in Midtown Atlanta. The law school occupies all of the 65,000+ square feet available in the building. The law school has renovated each of the nine floors to accommodate its academic needs. The 1422 West Peachtree Street building currently has 13 classrooms: six traditional classrooms, five seminar rooms, and two trial courtrooms. The building also houses a smart classroom, student lounge and common area, Student Bar Association office, faculty suite, administrative offices, and meeting space. Three of the nine floors are dedicated to library and research space.
On August 30, 2011, the law school hosted a dedication ceremony naming the newly renovated 1405 Spring Street building after one of its most esteemed alumni and former Board of Directors member, Judge G. Alan Blackburn. The late Judge Blackburn had recently retired from the Court of Appeals of the State of Georgia at the time of the naming. The single story building is located directly across from the law school on the corner of 18th Street and Spring Street and adds 16,508 square feet to the law school facilities. The building contains an auditorium, banquet/reception area, several conference rooms, a large board room, a seminar room, and several administrative offices. The conference center is for the law school’s use exclusively.