Diversity & ​Community

TAMU Law Students
As a major land-grant university, Texas A&M has both an extraordinary opportunity and a special responsibility to create and maintain a campus climate that affirms diversity ​and community. Applying the Texas A&M core value of mutual respect is the key ingredient to developing and sustaining a university community in which diversity is valued. As we work together to harness the power of diversity, we provide students, faculty, and staff with a university experience that is rich in perspectives and opportunities to learn from each other and succeed in a diverse world.

Spotlights

Faculty/Staff

 
Brian Larson

Brian N. Larson
Professor Brian N. Larson received the Aggie Allies Rainbow Award, recognizing his service as a role model and his contributions to educating the Texas A&M University community regarding LGBTQ+ issues.

 
Huyen Pham

Huyen Pham
Associate Dean Huyen Pham has been awarded a Texas A&M Chancellor’s EDGES (Enhancing Development and Generating Excellence in Scholarship) Fellowship to support her pioneering empirical research on immigration law enforcement by states, localities, and private parties.

Current Students/Former Students

 
Gillermo Gomez
Gillermo Gomez ’23 
Gillermo Gomez is a recipient of the Sarah T. Hughes Scholarship which was established by the Dallas Bar Foundation to increase the diversity of the legal community in Dallas. Before law school, Gomez worked as a paralegal for Legal Aid of Northwest Texas, providing community outreach and education to the most underserved communities of Northwest Texas.
 
Tiffany Daniels

Tiffany Daniels ’22
Tiffany Daniels recently received the Law Students Fellowship Award from the National Bar Institute. This award is for academically promising second-year law students with a proven commitment to social justice and an intention of practicing law in a historically under-served community.

 
Arielle Williams

Arielle Williams ’21 
As the Secretary and Banquet Committee Chair of L. Clifford Davis Legal Association, Arielle Williams strives to balance the scales of justice through programming, as well as scholarship fundraising for current law students. While attending Texas A&M School of Law, Arielle served as the President of the Black Law Students Association and the Founder of the U.N.I.T.Y. Council.

Student Organizations

ALDA
Aggie Law Disability Alliance
APALSA
Asian Pacific American Law Student Association
BLSA
Black Law Students Association
LLSA
Latinx Law Student Association
 
OUTLaw
OUTLaw
WLSA
Women's Law Student Association
WOCC
Women of Color Collective Law Students Association