Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School’s (AJMLS) Advocacy Board is a student academic organization dedicated to advancing the advocacy skills of its members and representing the academic excellence that AJMLS is committed to in assorted advocacy competitions across the nation. The Advocacy Board is the governing authority of Moot Court and Mock Trial. The Advocacy Board is honored to be the housing authority of the most outstanding advocates that AJMLS has to offer.
To become a member of the Advocacy Board, one must be an AJMLS student of good standing, have competed and advanced within an intramural competition, been chosen as the best appellant or appellee in their Legal Writing, Research, and Analysis (“LWRA”) II class, or have been chosen by the Executive Council in an additional tryout opportunity hosted by the Advocacy Board.
Darrell “Lorenzo” Thirkield
Raford (Trey) Kelly