About Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School

Situated in the heart of Georgia, Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School (AJMLS) offers its students a variety of programs of legal study, including full- and part-time J.D. programs, a specialized honors JD program in criminal justice, an online LL.M. program in employment law, and, for foreign trained lawyers, an online LLM program in the American legal system. Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School also offers foreign trained lawyers an in-class version of that same LLM degree program which, under some circumstances, may qualify its graduates to take an American bar examination. The school takes pride in the diverse backgrounds and talents of its students, who come from across the country to study in an accepting community. Students of Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School benefit from a noncompetitive environment that prioritizes learning and high ethical standards.

One of AJMLS’ most well received programs is the Legal Skills and Professionalism Program. Teaching students legal writing skills that will help them during law school and in the workforce, the course requires Research and Analysis and Legal Writing credits to be completed during the first year. Both core courses give students the skills necessary to prepare legal documents that are persuasive as well as objective. Elective second and third-year classes include Advanced Appellate Advocacy, Trial Advocacy & Writing, and Pretrial Practice & Procedure.

Students who have completed the Legal Skills and Professionalism program at AJMLS praise it for providing them with critical tools that they need to successfully argue and write the law as professional advocates.

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