Law School Specialties: Which Is Right for You?
Pursuing a career in the legal profession often begins by applying to the best law schools. However, what constitutes the best law school programs may be more subjective than prospective students imagine. Each institution provides foundational education and training to help law school students pass the bar examination and begin practice. But the nuanced curriculum provided as well as the campus life experience can significantly shape a student’s future.
Texas A&M Law's most recent recruitment programs have yielded impressive results for the Class of 2024.
Of the 43 students who accepted offers at large law firms, 33 will be going to firms with more than 500 attorneys and another 10 are going to firms with more than 100 attorneys. This represents a nearly twofold increase in large firm placements over the past three years.
Texas A&M School of Law will honor six distinguished alumni at its Second Annual Alumni Legacy Awards Reception. The reception will be held on Saturday, October 1, at the City Club of Fort Worth at 6:00 P.M.
Hosted by the Texas A&M Law Alumni Board of Directors, the awards recognize outstanding law school alumni and their individual achievements, contributions to their professions, service to their communities, and loyalty to the law school.
Texas A&M School of Law welcomes a health law, policy, and ethics scholar to its faculty. William Sage, MD, JD, will join the faculty serving in a multi-faceted role that will include appointments at the law school, School of Medicine, Health Science Center, and the Bush School of Government & Public Service.
Texas A&M University School of Law has been awarded the E. Smythe Gambrell Professionalism Award from the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Professionalism for its 1L course, Professional Identity. The award recognizes the nation’s exemplary, innovative, and ongoing professionalism programs established by law schools, bar associations, courts, and other not-for-profit legal organizations that help ensure the maintenance of the highest principles of integrity and dedication to the legal profession and the public.
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A woman judge from Afghanistan who fled Taliban rule last year arrived in Dallas-Fort Worth June 3 to serve a one-year visiting research scholar jointly at Texas A&M University School of Law and South Texas College of Law Houston.
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In May 2022, Texas A&M Law Professor Irene Calboli was invited as an Expert to the 42nd Session of the Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR) of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).
The Texas Aggie Bar Association (TABA) board is thrilled to kick off a new year. TABA continuously seeks to serve Aggie lawyers, law students, and judges through networking, support, education, and scholarships.
The board has set an ambitious challenge to further expand its reach and impact: 1,000 active members. Therefore, TABA needs to add 400 new active members this year. If this goal is met, TABA will endow two new scholarships that will support future Aggie lawyers for years to come.
The Texas Bar Foundation awarded the Texas A&M University School of Law a $15,000 grant to support the law school’s Legal Wellness Justice Project. The project will work with law students in low-income areas of Texas hurt hardest by the pandemic to proactively screen individuals for legal needs and then provide referrals to a range of free legal resources designed to fill those needs.