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Twenty-somethings use their smart phones for anything, even applying to law school.

John Marshall Law School (JMLS) in Atlanta launched a mobile application Oct. 3 that lets prospective students submit their application via iPhone, Android, Blackberry, and computer tablets like Apple’s iPad.

JMLS officials will still require prospective students to send their academic transcripts, letters of recommendation, and a personal statement that proves critical to the application process.

But allowing applications via smart phone means potential students won’t have to...

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