Texas A&M University School of Law

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On August 12, 2013, Texas A&M University purchased the ongoing operations of Texas Wesleyan University School of Law. Originally established in 1989 as the Dallas/Fort Worth School of Law, the School of Law became part of Texas Wesleyan University in 1992. Texas A&M University School of Law is ABA accredited and is located in the same location in downtown Fort Worth.

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Texas A&M Admissions

Texas A&M is considered a Moderately Competitive law school, which accepts only 20% of its applicants. Comparatively, Texasam is Higher than the average cost for law school.

Applications Offers Matriculated
Class of 2025 2063 406 (19.68%) 133 (6.4%)
25% Median 75%
GPA 3.13 3.38 3.56
LSAT 154 156 158

Tuition And Financial Aid

In-State Resident Non-Resident
Full Time $33,092 $33,092
Part Time $24,069 $24,069

Living Expenses

  • Living on-campus: $24,716
  • Living off-campus: $24,716
  • Living at home: $24,716

Important Dates

  • Early Decision 1: N/A
  • Early Decision 2: N/A
  • Regular Decision: N/A
  • Application Fee: $55

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Texas A&M Community

Texas A&M is considered to have a Somewhat Favorable student to faculty ratio. The average class size for 1L sections is approximately Above Average compared to other law schools. Student diversity at Texasam is Below Average.

Student body

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Faculty Statistics

  • Full Time: 28
  • Part Time: 38

Faculty

  • # Female Faculty: 32
  • # Minority Faculty: 8

Ratio

20.8 Students

1 Faculty

Housing Options

  • On Campus Housing: No
  • Graduate Housing: No
  • Law Specific Housing: No

Texas A&M Curriculum

The size of 1L sections affects the quality and consistency of teaching in law schools. Generally with smaller 1L section sizes, students receive more individualized attention. Texas A&M 1L section size is 6% smaller than law schools in Texas and 6% larger than all PUBLIC law schools.

1L Section Size Comparison

Texas A&M: 140
Texas Average: 148
PUBLIC School Average: 132

Positions Available in Advanced Courses

  • Simulation Courses: 190
  • Faculty Supervised Clinics: 195

Students Involved in Advanced Activities

  • Field Placements: 99
  • Law Journals: 223
  • Moot Court/Mock Trials: 0

Attrition Rates

  • First Year: 7.9%
  • Second Year: 1.0%
  • Third Year: 0.0%
  • Fourth Year: 0.0%

Texas A&M Employment

Deciding to attend law school requires a large financial investment with the goal of securing employment upon graduation. The Texas A&M class of 2020 had an employment rate of 80% with 1% pursuing an additional degree.

Employment Comparison

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In 2020, 93.2%% of students reported their employment status 9-months after graduation.

Type of Employment

  • Law Firms: 54.0%
  • Business: 33.0%
  • Government: 8.0%
  • Public Interest: 1.0%
  • Academia: 3.0%
  • Texas: 96%
  • Pennsylvania: 1%
  • Kentucky: 1%

Bar Passage Rates

  • Reporting: 93.2%
  • First Time Takers: 220
  • Average School: 76.6%
  • Average State: 77.4%
  • Pass Difference: -0.8%

Top Bar Jurisdiction

  • Texas: 77.4%
  • Passed: 157 of 205 (76.6%)
  • State Average: 77.4%
  • Difference: -0.8%