Forms and Applications

Below are downloadable PDF and electronic submission forms you may need while at Texas A&M School of Law. Please contact the Office of Student Services if you have any questions.

General Electronic Forms

General PDF Forms

Clinic Applications

Important Clinic Registration Info

Since clinics operate differently than doctrinal, writing, and other simulation courses, students must keep in mind the following before enrolling:

  • Clinic enrollment requires that students complete or concurrently enroll in Professional Responsibility. ​Students who have not completed Professional Responsibility and are not registered for the class, will be automatically enrolled by Student Services. You may need to drop another course if there is a conflict.

  • All clinical courses meet in the Clinical Program Office located in the Star-Telegram Building at 307 W. 7th Street, Fort Worth, Texas. It is a 0.6 mile walk from the Law School building to the clinical space.

  • Dropping Clinics: Given the unique nature of clinics and the ethical obligations that arise for our attorneys when they expose students to actual client cases, you will not be allowed to drop a clinic after the first week of classes.

  • All 3 and 4 unit clinic courses require that students spend a minimum of 6-8 hours per week at the clinical space.

  • Per our Academic Standards, students are expected to submit logs of their time to their supervising attorneys to receive credit. Your instructor will provide you with direction of how to keep track of your time.

  • In order to provide all of our students with a clinical opportunity, you cannot enroll in more than one clinic in any one semester.

  • You may not enroll in an externship and a clinic in the same semester unless authorized by the Associate Dean for Experiential Education.

  • Conflicts: Clinics operate as law firms. Conflicts may arise if students enroll in a clinic and also work in a law firm or government agency in the first semester. If you plan intern, extern, or otherwise work in a law firm, government agency, or other unit engaged in providing legal services during the semester you are in clinic, you must disclose the employer’s information so the clinical program can determine if there are any conflicts that prevent the student from enrolling in the clinic; you will need to discuss this with Dean Herrera. On the application you will be asked to indicate if you plan to intern, extern, or work elsewhere during the semester(s) you are applying for.

  • Application process: ​There is no Howdy registration for clinics. Instead, you must submit an online clinic application. Applications are reviewed and students are accepted during the registration period on a rolling basis. Priority is given to applications we receive by November 10. Your application will be forwarded to our clinic directors in the order of preference you select: if your first choice is full, your application goes to the director of your second choice, and so on. If we can offer you a seat in a given clinic, you will be notified and must confirm your interest via email; if we cannot offer you a seat, we will ask if you would like to be placed on a waitlist. Once a seat has been secured, registration is handled on your behalf by the Clinical Program Office. Students are encouraged to apply as early as possible in order to secure a seat in the clinic of their choice for the semester they would like. Questions about the clinics or the application process can be answered by emailing experiential@law.tamu.edu.

  • Once a student is admitted to a clinic, the student must commit to attend a mandatory clinic orientation the first Friday of the semester from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

  • Unless a special accommodation is necessary, free student parking is not available in the clinic space. The cost to valet in the Star-Telegram Building is $10. There is additional parking in the area that ranges from $6 to $10. Street metered parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

You can find information about each clinic at www.law.tamu.edu/clinics.
Clinic applications are reviewed and students are admitted on a rolling basis during the registration period. Priority is given to students who apply by November 10. Students are encouraged to apply as early as possible in order to secure a seat in the clinic of their choice for the semester they would like. Additional information about the application and registration process appears under the Important Clinic Registration Info tab appearing above. Questions about the clinics or the application process can be answered by emailing experiential@law.tamu.edu

Individual Course, Field Study, and Project Applications

Concentration Applications