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Balance Law and Life at Texas A&M University School of Law

Students at Texas A&M University School of Law receive an accredited legal education of the highest quality. They are given a variety of outlets to build a strong sense of community among the student body. Through involvement in student organizations, there are a variety of topics to fulfill academic interests, build professional networks and even gain valuable, real-world experience. Pro bono programs offer our students the opportunity to make a difference in their own community.

Why TAMU Law?

Campus Facilities

  • 40,000 square feet of classroom and seminar space
  • Four 100-seat classrooms
  • Student lounge and kitchen
  • Dee J. Kelly Law Library with group study spaces and four internet connections at each table
  • Computer labs with Wi-Fi throughout the building


  • Fall 2013 entering class profile
    • Number of Students: 247
      • women 48%
      • minorities 30%
      • average age: 28
    • Median GPA: 3.14
    • Median LSAT: 152
  • Student Services

Academic Programs

Financial Aid 
Additional aid and merit based financial aid is available.

Timeline of the Law School

History of Texas A&M University

Office of Admissions

Ph: 817-212-4040
Fax: 817-212-4141

Office Hours:
Mon -Thu 8:30a - 5:30p
Fri (only)  9:00a - 5:00p
Closed daily from 12:00p - 1:00p

1515 Commerce Street
Fort Worth, TX 76102

Financial Aid Office
Doug Adkins, Financial Aid Officer
Ph: 817-212-4090 or 800-733-9529
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