When you apply to John Marshall, you are automatically considered for our full range of incoming student scholarships. We understand the financial concerns prospective students feel, and there’s no question that financial support helps free up time for experiential learning, honors programs, and involvement in student organizations. We want you to have every opportunity to maximize your time in law school, so we’ve eliminated the scholarship application process, making that one less detail you need to worry about.
If you have any questions about scholarships, feel free to contact Melissa Hansen, our Director of Admission.
In addition to scholarships, we’re committed to helping every student find the financial aid necessary to make a career in law a reality. Our Office of Financial Aid assists admitted and current students with a variety of loan information and throughout the financial aid application process.
We’re committed to helping you launch your career, and we’ll work ceaselessly for your success. Led by Appellate Justice Margaret Frossard (Ret.), Associate Dean of Professionalism & Career Strategy, our Career Services Office is eager to assist you with one-on-one counseling, mock interviews, and in-house employment research resources. In addition to taking full advantage of our career counseling, we offer more than 60 practice-area-specific programs and workshops, featuring current judges and law firm partners, each year to enhance your career opportunities.