The Office of the Registrar is responsible for the maintenance, implementation, and development of all academic records and documents for the students of Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. The Office handles all academic inquires on a daily basis including, but not limited to, registration, transcripts, graduation clearance, grading, course offerings, scheduling, and much more.
The Office of the Registrar is located on the 7th floor of the Law School in the Administrative Suite and is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
(404) 873-3802 (fax)
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Petition to Graduate and Bar Certification Request forms due
October 15 (May Graduates)
May 15 (December Graduates)
All forms may be found on the institutional forms page, please submit the forms to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Add / Drop
During the student registration period, there are no charges for changes to your program. The $50 change of program fee becomes effective the first day after posted last day of registration. All changes made to a student’s schedule after the add/drop deadline must be approved by the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs before they will be accepted by the Office of the Registrar.
Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School has formally instituted a required academic program for full-time and part-time students as of the 2001 entering first year class. All courses must be taken according to this prescribed course of study. No changes to a student’s course of study shall be instituted unless written permission is given by the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs. The Associate Dean will review the academic progress of each Upper Division student annually and plan the student’s academic program through their anticipated date of graduation. Upper division students may select elective courses, as indicated on their Academic Planning Worksheet. Required courses must be taken as offered, when offered.
Please refer to the AJMLS Academic Code and Dean’s Office Regulations for specific academic policies with regard to registration.
Year in School Classifications Part-time status – credit hours and semesters
1L 0.0000 -22.9999 (Fall/Spring/Summer)
2L 23.0000-44.9999 (Fall/Spring/Summer)
3L 45.0000-66.9999 (Fall/Spring/Summer)
4L 67.0000-87.9999 (Fall/Spring)
Full-time status is determined by the following credit hours and semesters
1L 0.0000-29.9999 (Fall/Spring/Summer)
2L 30.0000-53.9999 (Fall/Spring/Summer)
3L 54.0000-87.9999 (Fall/Spring)
Credit not yet EARNED are NOT added to your status.
The class rankings for Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School will be updated on the following days throughout the year: January 30, March 30, June 30, and September 30. For additional information, contact Cheryl Ferebee. First-year students must complete a full year at the law school before receiving a class rank (Fall AND Spring Semester for full-time students; Fall, Spring AND Summer Semesters for part-time students).