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Our History

Originally established in 1989 as the Dallas/Fort Worth School of Law, the School of Law became part of Texas Wesleyan University in 1992. In 2013, the law school was acquired by Texas A&M University, and is now known as Texas A&M University School of Law. Throughout these changes, the school has held steadfast in its mission to provide excellence in legal education. The program emphasizes service to our diverse student body, our profession, and our community through outstanding teaching and scholarship, the development of innovative academic programs, including skills training and experiential learning, and a commitment to public service, as well as by promoting the highest ethical standards in the practice of law. The law school is fully approved by the ABA and offers both full-time and part-time programs leading to the Juris Doctor degree.

Critical Components

  • Academic Excellence
  • Service
  • Leadership

Program Highlights

  • A distinguished faculty of scholars and practitioners who are recognized experts in their field
  • Nationally ranked advocacy programs in moot court, mock trial and alternative dispute resolution
  • Dynamic clinical opportunities ranging from family law to criminal law give students unparalleled experience in working with clients
  • Located in downtown Fort Worth, Texas – situated in the DFW metroplex, one of the nation’s top legal markets
  • A strong and supportive network of former students and community partners
  • Ability to tailor your course of study with certificate programs ranging from estate planning to intellectual property law

Texas A&M Law School by the numbers

  • 772 JD students
  • 50 advocacy students
  • 15 law fellows
  • 43 clinical students (includes Law Clinic, Mediation and Employment Mediation)
  • 22 tenure track faculty members
  • 15 non-tenure track faculty members
  • 3,699 former students

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