Kayla Kudratt, Class of 2018

Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School gave me the opportunity to attend a close-knit, diverse institution where professors, faculty, and staff truly care about the students and their success. As a Criminal Justice Honors Program graduate, I was afforded the opportunity to follow my passion and learn from prominent, well-respected attorneys in the legal community which helped me secure my dream job upon graduation. The Law School not only prepared me to succeed as a student in the classroom, but the hands-on experiences in combination with my externships prepared me to succeed as an attorney. As a proud graduate of Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, I am forever grateful for our AJMLS community who supported and believed in me and my dream. I went to law school to get an education, but I left with a new family.

Lisanne Edelman, Class of 2017

The Criminal Justice Honors Program allowed me to follow my passion while being taught by faculty that not only has decades of experience in the field, but also helped me thrive and reach my goals. I graduated from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School with the utmost confidence that I can succeed, and the feeling that I will always have mentors I can turn to.

Travis Foreman, Class of 2016

Atlanta John Marshall Law School provided me with the opportunity to attain a legal education in a diverse community of students, professors and staff. It also prepared me for future endeavors as a lawyer by equipping me with knowledge that allowed me to excel during my internships and by presenting occassions to network with leaders in the legal community.

Sam Moore, Class of 2015

As a transfer student at John Marshall I was welcomed into a hospitable and student-friendly law school community. The faculty and administration were always willing to offer their support and guidance whenever I needed since there was no communication barrier with their open-door policies. At John Marshall the faculty and administration genuinely invest themselves in assuring not only your success as a law student, but also as a future attorney.