It is our pleasure to introduce you to Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School (AJMLS). Situated in Midtown Atlanta, AJMLS is unmatched in convenience, flexibility in J.D. programs, and supportive administration, faculty, and student body.
The law school offers prospective students a range of programs outside the traditional full-time J.D. program. Our part-time J.D. program is ideal for working adults seeking a legal education; and students seeking a dual path may apply to co-enroll in the Criminal Justice Certificate Program after successful completion of their first year.
Regardless of the program path, we pride ourselves on providing a student-centered atmosphere in which each student receives personal and specialized attention.
Of all the elements that give AJMLS its special character, the Law School takes its greatest pride in its student body. Students from across the nation bring their remarkable talents and professional accomplishments to the community creating an environment with serious purpose, social commitment, and the joy of learning the law within a highly diverse group of individuals. One of our student body’s most admirable characteristics is the collective non-competitive nature of the students. There is a sense of learning and working together as a family to reach their goals, rather than competing head-to-head in the classroom.
We invite you to contact an admissions representative at (678) 916-2620 or email@example.com to learn more about the South’s up-and-coming law school and/or visit for a tour of our campus. We are building something great here and hope you choose to be a part of it.
Sincerely, the Office of Admissions
Qualifications for Admission to the Bar
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.