After the Class of 2022 ranked first in the nation for post-graduate employment, Texas A&M Law continues to produce strong outcomes for its students. After graduation, 48 members of the class of 2024 will join a large law firm or clerk for a federal judge. Two will clerk for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. In all, Texas A&M Law has placed 33 students in federal judicial clerkships in the past four years.
Placing priority on employment outcomes pays dividends for graduates and overall ranking.
You may have seen that U.S. News & World Report recently ranked Texas A&M Law 29th among law schools nationwide, placing us 2nd in Texas. A key factor contributing to the recent rise in ranking is employment outcomes for our graduates.
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.
Texas A&M Law ranks first or second in Texas and lands in the top tiers nationally across all categories.
Texas A&M Law continues its advance at an unprecedented pace to become a national contender, and a leader in Texas.
In just the past six years, Texas A&M Law has climbed up 53 places nationally — and from fifth in Texas to second. Meanwhile, enrollment has more than doubled since 2019 with a greater number of high-achieving students.
Texas A&M Law tied for first or second in Texas and lands in the top tiers nationally across all five categories.