Texas A&M University School of Law

Texas A&M University School of Law

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Texas A&M University formally purchased Texas Wesleyan School of Law in 2013, renamed the school and moved it to Fort Worth.

Since then the law school has been on fire, hiring faculty and expanding its offerings. The quality of students continues to rise and it has garnered top 20 rankings in intellectual property and dispute resolution.

“Texas A&M is a very ambitious university,” said W. Thomas Mitchell, interim dean of the law school. “Their touchstone is they want an excellent high quality law school. We want to see continued excellence.”

The school expects to compete with University of Texas for the title of top law school in the state, and it is investing the resources to make that happen.

It has recently focused on improving employment outcomes. 

“We are happy with our progress, but want to make additional progress,” Mitchell said.”

The school continues to invest in its career services office to accomplish that.


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75th Percentile1583.6
25th Percentile1553.17
Financial Profile
Tuition Part-time$22,000$24,502
Living Expenses
Median grant$18000
Percent receiving grants61.00%
Estimated net tuition
Employment & Bar Exam Profile
Post-grad employment 85.70%
NJ Employment75.00
Bar Passage80.84%
Academic Profile
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Business, Corporate, Banking
Criminal Law and Procedure
Environmental/Natural Resource Law
Estate Planning
Family Law/Child & Family
Intellectual Property Law
Real Estate Transactions
Tax Law