1. Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School
Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School has been educating lawyers and leaders in Georgia since 1933. It provides a rigorous, high-quality program of legal education that produces competent and ethical lawyers.
2. Emory University School of Law
Emory University School of Law is accredited by the ABA. It is a member of the AALS. The law school equips future lawyers with a practical and theoretical understanding of the law.
3. University of Georgia School of Law
The university provides an excellent setting for the study of law. It has superb libraries and outstanding academic, cultural, recreational, and social opportunities. The School of Law is approved by the ABA. It is a member of the AALS also.
4. Georgia State University College of Law
Georgia State University College of Law is the center for legal, financial, and governmental activities in the Southeast. The College of Law began operation in 1982. The College of Law is accredited by the ABA. It is a member of the AALS.
5. Mercer University—Walter F. George School of Law
The Walter F. George School of Law of Mercer University was founded in 1873. It is one of the oldest private law schools in the nation. The school became a member of AALS in 1923. It has been ABA approved since 1925. The new curriculum emphasizes small classes and a unique sixth semester designed to facilitate the transition from student to lawyer.