Were you registered for the canceled March/April LSAT and/or have concerns about the May administration? Are you now worried about applying without your spring score(s)? It’s okay. We understand.
This is an unprecedented time for law school admissions but we are here to help you and be flexible. Our best advice is to apply now as you normally would, and you can ask us to hold your application for a future LSAT or complete your application with your current score. If you sat for previous test administrations, scores earned after June 2014 are still reportable and any candidate who registered for the March 2020 or April 2020 LSAT, and who has a canceled score from a previous LSAT, will now have the opportunity to review their canceled score and restore that canceled score to their record if they choose. If you qualify for the latter, LSAC will be in contact with you by email and you may choose to participate or not.
Atlanta’s John Marshall will be considering the June and July test score for Fall 2020. The best way to apply using a later LSAT score is to submit your completed application early, and indicate you are waiting for a future test score. This way, our team will be able to evaluate your application the minute scores are available.
Fall 2020 Application Deadline: August 6, 2020
We offer prospective students several methods to apply for admission to AJMLS: download a paper application from our website below, or apply via www.LSAC.org. There is no application fee to apply to Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School.
If you are disabled or have difficulty accessing our website, please call the Office of Admissions for assistance at (678) 916-2620. If you choose to apply via LSAC, please note that the LSAC website is not currently accessible for visually impaired applicants using screen readers. However, you may call the LSAC technical support services at (215) 968-1393 for assistance with completing the application through the LSAC website.
In addition to a bar examination, there are character, fitness, and other qualifications for admission to the bar in every U.S. jurisdiction. Applicants are encouraged to determine the requirements for any jurisdiction in which they intend to seek admission by contacting the jurisdiction. Addresses for all relevant agencies are available through the National Conference of Bar Examiners.
All programs are subject to meeting minimum enrollment