You'll find many opportunities to gain practical experience by applying lessons you learned in the classroom to resolve real-world problems.
What does your path to success look like?
All applicants to Texas A&M School of Law are considered for tuition waivers at the time they are admitted to our program. There's no separate application to complete.
An ideal location, flexible scheduling, and an innovative academic program make Texas A&M University School of Law an excellent place for your legal studies.
Our accessible and student-friendly faculty have considerable academic and professional experience and take pride in teaching and mentoring students.
Choosing a law school means choosing your home for the next few years, and you won’t find a better place to learn, live and work than Fort Worth.
Join Texas A&M Law and put the strength of the Aggie Network behind you.
Paul George, an expert in civil litigation and transportation policy, enjoys when his students teach him something.
While working on criminal justice reform in Eastern Europe, Cynthia Alkon saw firsthand how law changes lives.
Professor Sahar Aziz works to protect the civil rights and freedoms that drew her parents to immigrate to the U.S.
Megan Carpenter, intellectual property professor, knows that to enjoy art, we must protect the rights of artists.
Gabriel Eckstein, water and energy law professor, combines law with science to shape environmental policy.
When tax law professor Gary Lucas isn't transforming his students into lawyers, he transforms into a Rangers fan.
Milan Markovic, legal ethics professor, is a Canadian who loves all sports…except hockey.
James McGrath, professor and associate dean of Academic Support, loves when his students have that “light bulb” moment.
Neal Newman, business law professor, is an avid runner who pushes students to go the extra mile.
Lisa Rich, legal writing professor, draws on her Capitol Hill experience to teach communication and analytical skills.
When he's not playing pool or reading mysteries, Peter Yu is an internationally renowned intellectual property expert.
We cultivate the knowledge, skills and Aggie core values you'll need for success.
Are you the next great trial lawyer or deal maker? Interested in a particular practice area? We'll guide you on your journey.
Since Texas A&M acquired the law school, we've lowered tuition, increased funding for scholarships, hired top faculty and reduced class sizes.
Today's students. Tomorrow's leaders.
Unsurpassed quality of life, exceptional job opportunities and a welcoming legal community converge in Fort Worth.
Employers want multi-dimensional lawyers with diverse skills who thrive in a variety of roles. We've got you covered.
hired since 2015
within 45 miles of Texas A&M Law
in Fort Worth / Dallas
in downtown Fort Worth
providing real-world experience
performed by the class of 2016
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (Jan. 2015)
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