The John Marshall Law School Office of Alumni Relations
will be hosting a second trip to the United States Supreme Court for a Group Swearing In Ceremony on April 2, 2012.
Applicants must meet the following registration criteria:
- Be a John Marshall Law School Alumnus,
- Be admitted to any state bar for at least 3 years,
- Maintain an active state bar license if retired,
- and Travel to Washington, D.C. to be admitted in person on April 2, 2012.
Please see our Frequently Asked Questions!
There are a maximum of 50 spots available for the group swearing in ceremony. In November 2009, we had 35 very impressed alums participate. This year we would like to have a full ceremony!
Here's what some of the 2009 participants had to say:
"The Supreme Court Swearing in was an incredible experience."
"It was a great weekend and is one of my greatest memories of my life!"
"A once in a lifetime event..."
"Needless to say, the ceremony itself was phenomenal. We were so fortunate to have so many of the Justices present."
"Having lived in the DC area for about 9 years I've been on numerous tours of the city, but [this] was one that I would have never experienced otherwise"
Take part in history when you are admitted to the Supreme Court of the United States. Contact the Office of Alumni Relations today to get started at firstname.lastname@example.org.