In an unprecedented showing, Texas A&M University School of Law now ranks 29th nationally among law schools, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2023-2024 ranking of Best Graduate Schools, released today. The newest rankings build upon Texas A&M Law’s already meteoric rise – one of the fastest and furthest increases in U.S. News law school rankings history.
The Boston Marathon is one of the world’s most beloved sporting events and hosts thousands of runners and spectators annually. Carolyn Hoffmann ’89, ’23, an M.Jur student, recently fulfilled a personal goal by completing the 127th iteration of the marathon on April 17.
Texas A&M School of Law and Professor Irene Calboli co-hosted the annual IP & Innovation Researchers of Asia Conference (IPIRA)in March.The Fifth IPIRA Conferencewas held in Singapore as a collaboration between the IPIRA Network, Texas A&M Law, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Academy, the World Trade Organization (WTO), Nanyang Technological University, the Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws, International Islamic University Malaysia, the Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia, and the Faculty of Law, University of Geneva.
Domestic businesses and individuals that invest or operate in foreign markets must comply with multiple overlapping domestic and foreign tax regimes. Tax regimes include income tax, value-added tax, and customs tax, among others, encompassing tax reporting, compliance, and accounting. At best, if left unadvised, a domestic business will incur at least double taxation of its foreign income. At worst, a company may attract civil and criminal sanctions for noncompliance.
Texas A&M Law ranks first or second in Texas and lands in the top tiers nationally across all categories.
Tiffany Daniels ’22 journey to law school wasn’t traditional, but that didn’t stop her from breaking down barriers and making a difference as a prosecutor.
Hisham Masri ’15 has been nominated to run for president-elect of the Texas Young Lawyers Association (TYLA). If elected, he would be the first TYLA President from Texas A&M School of Law (or Texas Wesleyan Law).
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Texas A&M University has awarded Professor Huyen Pham the title of University Distinguished Professor. The title, awarded this year to a total of eight faculty members, is the highest faculty award bestowed by Texas A&M.
Danyelle Honoré ’25 has an unquestionable sense of purpose. The first-year law student and Marshall-Motley Scholar is passionate about social justice, civil rights, and activism. Her law school experiences continue to shape her ambitions for a more equitable and empowered future.
If you are interested in a career in law or politics, the first leg of your journey may be completing law school. For most students, law school begins with earning a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA). This is typically a three-year program that is academically rigorous and requires logical thinking and reasoning.