Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School started off the new year with nonprofit status, furthering its goal of providing legal education to nontraditional students and those from underserved communities.

John Marshall is the only one of Georgia’s five law schools that is independent and unaffiliated with a university. Until Jan. 1, when its 501(c)(3) status took effect, it was the state’s only for-profit law school.

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