Texas A&M University
School of Law


Our Innovative J.D. Program

The 21st century lawyer has to do more than just try cases in court. You’ll need the ability to negotiate agreements, draft contracts, craft settlements and mediate disputes. At Texas A&M University School of Law, we’ve got you covered. Our innovative J.D. program emphasizes the importance of real-world legal skills that will fully prepare you for all aspects of your career.

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Texas A&M: Investing in Your Future

Since we became part of Texas A&M University in 2013, we’ve invested significant resources to enhance the value of your degree and to improve your experience while you’re here at the law school. We have many more exciting changes in the works, but we’ve already taken several steps to invest in your future.

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Paths to Success

There is more than one type of lawyer. In the 21st century, practicing lawyers serve a wide variety of clients in various capacities and in countless industries. At Texas A&M University School of Law, you can keep your options open by pursuing a broad education. Or you can choose one of three distinct paths that we offer. Within each of these paths, you can even choose to focus on particular areas of practice, like intellectual property or oil and gas law.

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Fort Worth/Dallas

Choosing a law school means choosing your home for the next few years, and you won’t find a better place to learn and live than Fort Worth. Fort Worth offers unsurpassed quality of life, a legal community that welcomes and mentors young lawyers, and access to a broad range of employers in various practice settings including law firms, government agencies, non-profit organizations and the legal departments of corporations.

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Texas A&M University School of Law Nondiscrimination Policy

Texas A&M University School of Law provides equal opportunity in its program of legal education for all applicants for admission, enrolled students and graduates without discrimination or segregation on the ground of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. In addition, Texas A&M University School of Law provides its faculty and other employees with equal opportunity in hiring, continuation, promotion and tenure.