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Texas A&M School of Law


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.

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  • Fall 2014 entering class profile:
      • 198 students
      • 43% women
      • 28% minorities
      • average age: 26
      • median UGPA: 3.21
      • median LSAT: 154

Flexible Academic Programs

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

Texas A&M School of Law At-A-Glance

  • Part of Texas A&M University, a Tier-One research institution and internationally recognized university
  • Innovative, clinical and experiential learning programs that emphasize legal writing, critical thinking and effective communication
  • One of only 39 ABA-accredited law schools to have a 30-hour pro bono graduation requirement
  • Support through the renowned 360,000-person strong Aggie Network of Former Students
  • Located in downtown Fort Worth, in the hub of Tarrant County's legal, judicial and business hub amidst one of the fastest growing economies in the nation
  • The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is home to one of the nation's highest concentrations of corporate headquarters and more than 1,200 law firms
  • Fort Worth named by WalletHub 2014 as "The #1 U.S. City for Finding a Job" and CEO Magazine named Texas "Best State to Do Business In" 10 years running
  • Campus highlights:
    • Downtown campus convenient to commuter rail and bus lines along with three secure student parking lots directly adjacent to the school with free parking
    • Beautifully renovated Dee J. Kelly Law Library with excellence research resources, knowledgeable and helpful staff, and ample group and individual study areas
    • Newly upgraded wireless internet service coverage ensuring campus-wide connectivity, including convenient wireless print stations for students

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History of Texas A&M University