We can give you lots of good information virtually, but there is no substitute for visiting our campus and actively engaging with members of our law school community.
Discover the many ways you can get in touch with us.
Coming to a Location Near You
Texas A&M Law School representatives attend numerous law forums and fairs throughout the year. You are encouraged to check this site frequently to see when we will be in your area.
Throughout the year, the admissions office will host a series of information sessions. Each 60 minute session begins with a faculty mixer followed by an in-depth examination of a special interest topic. Past presentations include ‘Law School Admissions 101’ and ‘Preparing for the LSAT with Kaplan’.
A Texas A&M School of Law Open House serves as an introduction to legal studies and life as an Aggie law student. Guests have the opportunity to attend sessions to assist you in navigating the admissions and financial aid processes, analyze a case in our mock class, and engage in a candid discussion with current students. The day concludes with a faculty-sponsored lunch.
Interested persons may contact the admissions office to schedule a personal visit during which you may speak with an admissions counselor and financial aid administrator, sit in on a class, and tour the law school.
Pre-Law Organization Visits
- Come on Over to Our Place – Student organizations may contact the admissions office to schedule a group visit to the Texas A&M School of Law campus. A member of our admissions team will work with your group to create the desired experience.
- Invite Us to Your Campus – Student organizations interested in hosting Texas A&M School of Law may contact the admissions office to arrange a visit.
Admitted Student Events
Upon receiving your acceptance letter, you become eligible to attend a series of events hosted by Texas A&M School of Law. Past events include admitted student days, the annual crawfish boil, state-wide scholarship dinners, and faculty-sponsored receptions.
If you represent a school or community group that would like to learn more about law school and visit the School of Law, please contact the Office of Admissions at email@example.com to discuss.
The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) DiscoverLaw.org campaign exists to encourage racially and ethnically diverse students and other underrepresented populations to discover career opportunities in law. Texas A&M School of Law supports this initiative by hosting a series of educational workshops to assist participants in creating a blueprint for success in their undergraduate studies and becoming competitive law school applicants.