The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents has designated Professor Irene Calboli a Regents Professor. The announcement was made during their November 10 meeting.
The field of law is a robust and diverse place to make a career. There is always a demand for trained legal professionals to assist clients in everything from personal injury claims to bankruptcy proceedings. Yet behind every successful lawyer is a team of legal professionals helping them do their jobs. One such professional is a paralegal.
Going to law school does not mean the same thing to everyone. Whether you are studying to be a paralegal or a lawyer, you will need the right training to launch a legal career. Exactly what do you need? Here are some of the legal school options if you wish to work in the field of law.
Texas A&M School of Law announced the 2022-2023 Alumni Board of Directors. Seven new members were voted in during the quarterly alumni board meeting on Wednesday, September 14.
Topics: alumni news
Legal market reform — especially with respect to non-lawyer involvement — has generated a great deal of notice recently.
Texas A&M School of Law honored six distinguished alumni at its Second Annual Alumni Legacy Awards Reception on Saturday, October 1, at the City Club of Fort Worth.
From left: The Honorable Mark Murrell ’08, Matthew Jackson ’13, Amber Hamilton Gregg ’11, The Honorable Charles Vanover '90, ’02, Stephen S. Mosher ’95, Craig A. Woodcook ’05
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.
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As a law student or budding legal professional, you've come across an overwhelming array of abbreviations. These abbreviations reference various degree programs, legal procedures, and professional organizations.