Texas A&M Law School Aggie Ring Day

November 23, 2015

Ring Day Nov 2015Fifty-five Texas A&M University School of Law students received their Aggie Rings on Friday, Nov. 20, at the law school in Fort Worth.

Director of Former Students, Alumni and External Relations Kristi Kaiser Trail (TAMU ’00) welcomed students, faculty, staff, family and friends. She still remembers her own Aggie Ring Day, April 6, 2000.

“This is a day you’ll never forget,” she said.

3L Lynne Nash acknowledged that the class of 2016 will be the first graduating class who matriculated as the first Aggie Law students in the Fall of 2013.

Dean and Anthony G. Buzbee Dean’s Endowed Chair Andrew Morriss said there are three things he looks forward to every year as dean: graduation, State Bar of Texas swearing-in ceremony and Ring Day.

“So thanks for having three [Ring Days] this year,” he said.

He said he truly appreciates Aggie Ring Day because the Aggie Ring embodies the values of Texas A&M.

“I wasn’t smart enough to go to A&M, but I was smart enough to marry someone who did,” he said.

Learn more about the Aggie Ring tradition.

More photos from the November 2015 Aggie Ring Day are available here.

Aggie Law Ring Day Nov 2015

- Article by Jennifer Nassar, Communications Specialist, Texas A&M University School of Law