Quick Facts

Academic Offerings

Juris Doctor (J.D.)*Co-EnrollmentMaster of Laws (LL.M.)
3 Year Full-Time Day J.D. ProgramCriminal Justice Certificate ProgramOnline LL.M. in Employment Law
4 Year Part-Time Day J.D. ProgramJ.D./LL.M. in Employment Law
4 Year Part-Time Evening J.D. Program*AJMLS students are eligible to apply after successful completion of their first year.
2.5 Year Accelerated Full-Time Day J.D. Program-Spring Entry


2017-2018 Enrollment* 

Entering Class Profile

2017 Entering Class* 
Number of Applicants1,508
Applicants Accepted799
Entering Class Size205
Full-Time Class Size124
Part-Time Class Size81
Georgia Resident153
Non-Georgia Resident52
Minority Enrollment57%
Median Age(AJMLS)26
Median Age (SLS)24

Entering Class LSAT and GPA


*as of 09/2017 and includes AJMLS and SLS

**as of 09/2017 and AJMLS only

Tuition and Fees

Current tuition and fee schedule.

Bar Pass Rate

 Atlanta's John Marshall First Time Pass RateState of Georgia First Time Pass Rate
July 201751.7%79.4%
February 201739.3%53.9%

Financial Aid Information

Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School students are eligible to receive Title IV aid from the Department of Education. The AJMLS School Code is: G31733. Students may apply for Federal Student loans by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on the WEB at www.fafsa.ed.gov. This may be done beginning January 1 of each year. In order to ensure the student’s aid package is completed prior to the beginning of each fall, the student will need to complete the FAFSA by June 1 of each year. Each student interested in receiving such aid will need to have his or her taxes completed in order to better assist the student with the completion of the FAFSA.

All students who have a completed FAFSA are eligible to receive Federal Stafford Loans. The maximum amount that a student is eligible to receive each year is $20,500 in the Unsubsidized Stafford loan based on the information received from the FAFSA. Further information may be obtained from the Financial Aid Office.

Students may also apply for Graduate PLUS loans to assist with educational expenses. This is a federal loan for graduate students that can cover the remaining cost of attendance not covered by the Stafford loans. Graduate PLUS loans are based on credit readiness, which is determined by a lender. Further details of the Graduate PLUS loans available can be obtained from the Financial Aid Office.