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John Marshall Law School

United States
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About John Marshall Law School

The Jon Marshall Law School was chartered as an educational institution under the non-profit corporation laws of Illinois. The John Marshall Law School is proud to be recognized as a diverse, innovative institution, promoting excellence in all aspects of legal education. We provide one of the most comprehensive and aggressive JD skills training curricula in the country, including trial and appellate advocacy, alternative dispute resolution, client counseling, negotiations, and legal writing.

In addition, our seven Centers for Excellence provide graduate law programs in employee benefits, information technology and privacy law, intellectual property law, international business and trade law, real estate law, tax law, and U.S. legal studies ( for foreign attorneys). Additionally, JD students have the opportunity to earn a certificate concentration, a joint JD/Master of Laws (LLM) from one of our Centers, or a joint JD/graduate degree through partner programs with Roosevelt University and Dominican University.

Campus information

John Marshall degree candidates benefit from a combination of academic and practical instruction by full-time and practicing adjunct faculty. Students are also encouraged to gain legal experience by taking advantage of legal clinic opportunities, externships, practicum, and professional education events, and by participating in more than 20 specific programs designed to prepare students for the bar examination. Students should also utilize the resources and expertise of the Career Service Office.

The original location for the new law school was a building known as the Old Portland Block, at the southeast corner of Dearborn and Washington Streets in Chicago's Loop. 


The John Marshall Law School does not provide student housing, but you will find that many students live in the same neighborhoods. 

Like all metropolitan areas, rent varies substantially from neighborhood to neighborhood and is contingent on access to transportation and amenities. Generally, rent prices decrease as you move away from downtown.


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