Texas A&M University School of Law
Litigation / Dispute Resolution. Business / Transactional. Regulatory. Guide to Practice Areas. Study Law at Texas A&M. An ideal location, flexible scheduling, and an innovative academic program make Texas A&M University School of Law an excellent place for your legal studies.
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Criminal Law, Justice & Policy Program
(3 days ago) A consistently high percentage of the Law School’s graduates, nearly 25%, work in our criminal legal system as either prosecutors or defense attorneys. Through the Criminal Law, Justice & Policy Program students have an opportunity to learn about criminal law, to critically analyze criminal policy, and to develop legal skills through a large
Center for Law and Intellectual Property (CLIP)
(2 days ago) Intellectual property is one of the fastest growing areas of the law. Texas A&M University School of Law offers a comprehensive and innovative curriculum with a wide and ever-expanding array of basic courses and advanced seminars. Our courses are specially designed by professors who have wide experience in IP education and practice, including leadership in four nationally ranked IP law
Aggie Law in San Antonio
(3 days ago) Weekend courses take place inside Travis Park Plaza (711 Navarro Street) located in the heart of the San Antonio Central Business District, the Texas A&M University School of Law’s San Antonio Center is a convenient and practical location for Aggie experts in business law to engage with leaders—and future leaders—in commerce and industry
Borderlands Law Global Programs Texas A&M School of Law
(9 days ago) Students experience the power of the borderlands, as the myth collides with the reality of the 21st century in the law school’s collaborative summer program in Laredo, Texas. Laredo is the largest port of entry in Texas and is the third-largest port of entry in the United States. Laredo’s annual import-export trade topped $280 billion in 2015.
Meet Your Classmates
(3 days ago) Concentration: Workplace Law Student Organizations: Black Law Students Association, U.N.I.T.Y. Council, Employment & Labor Law Students Association, National Lawyers Guild, Diversity Council Advocacy/Writing: BLSA Moot Court Team, Citation Editor for the Journal of Property Law, Research Assistant for Prof. Green
Robert Ahdieh, Dean, Texas A&M University School of Law
(8 days ago) Professor of Law (2007 - 2014) Assistant & Associate Professor of Law (2000 - 2007) Courses included: Comparative Law, Contracts, Corporate Governance & Federalism, Emerging Markets Law, International Trade Law, and Legislation & Regulation. Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, D.C. Visiting Professor of Law (Spring 2009) Columbia
Law Student Business Cards
(5 days ago) Law Student Business Cards. Business cards are a vital tool for your professional career. The Office of Career Services in room 220 can provide law students with a business card print-ready PDF design. We do not print these for students; you must take the provided PDF to Kinko’s, VistaPrint or any other printer of choice to get your cards
Criminal Law and Procedure
(Just Now) Criminal Law. As a lawyer who practices criminal law, you will either prosecute criminal cases or defend those accused of crimes. Your choice to prosecute the accused or to defend them will determine where you work. Prosecutors work in local district attorney’s offices and for the federal Department of Justice.
Aggie Direct Alternative Admission Program Process
(4 days ago) The School of Law reserves the right to request additional information to verify the accuracy of submitted materials or to assist in the evaluation of the applicant’s aptitude for legal study. How is the required GPA calculated? Law school applicants have two reported GPAs. The first is referred to as the degree-granting institution GPA.
TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW BYLAWS
(6 days ago) Law School students and staff may not be compensated by the Law School for any work related to the pursuit of law practice and other nonteaching, nonscholarship, or non- - service business - activities for profit by a faculty member. 4.5 Non-involvement of the University and …
Texas A&M Law Review Board and Staff
(7 days ago) Olivia Countryman. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF. Hometown: Denton, TX Undergraduate/Graduate Degree(s): B.A. in Music History, University of North Texas Areas of Legal Interest: Civil Rights, Voting and Redistricting, Labor & Employment Law, Litigation, and Public Policy and Discourse Other School Activities/Involvements:Public Interest Fellow; American Constitution Society; TAMU Speakers …
Workplace Law Program
(9 days ago) Workplace Law Program. Our jobs represent one of the most important aspects of our daily living. As employees and employers navigate issues arising in the workplace, the laws governing the employment relationship play a key role. Those lawyers who seek to develop a sufficient level of mastery of employer-employee legal concerns can affect many
(1 days ago) If you are interested in registering, send us an email at law[email protected]law.tamu.edu. Make sure to stay up to date by following us on Facebook & Instagram where we will share stories and remind you of these upcoming events. MARCH. Wednesday, March 10 th, 12:00-1:00 PM Admitted Zoom Session - …
Use your GRE to attend Texas A&M Law
(Just Now) Take exciting courses: Learn how the law intersects with bioethics, the environment, healthcare, energy, fashion, social science, technology, and much more. Acquire a versatile skillset : If you look at the leadership ranks in government, in corporate America, in public interest organizations, in universities, and elsewhere, lawyers are everywhere.
About the Law Library
(3 days ago) About the Law Library. The Dee J. Kelly Law Library is an essential and integral component in the educational life of the law school. This exceptional research facility offers access to the law and law-related resources in addition to a wide range of services that support the law school curriculum and programs, promote the advancement of legal scholarship and fulfill the information needs of
Energy, Environmental, and Natural Resource Systems Law
(4 days ago) Energy, Environmental, and Natural Resource Systems Law Program. Natural resources are an integral and undeniable component of modern societies globally. These resources are critical for energy, agriculture, manufacturing and economic development in general. Our natural environment is a highly complex and integrated system, and sound decision
Cybersecurity Law Online Degree Texas A&M University
(1 days ago) The M.Jur. is designed for non-lawyers seeking to enhance their career through legal education without intending to practice law. Texas A&M’s cutting-edge curriculum is designed to help you build expertise and navigate various laws and regulations that impact the evolving cybersecurity industry.
Our J.D. Program
(7 days ago) The 21st century lawyer has to do more than just try cases in court. You’ll need the ability to negotiate agreements, draft contracts, craft settlements and mediate disputes. At Texas A&M University School of Law, we’ve got you covered. Our innovative J.D. program emphasizes the importance of real-world legal skills that will fully prepare
Arguendo Texas A&M Law Review
(6 days ago) Arguendo. Established in 2018, Arguendo serves as the online extension of Texas A&M Law Review print publication. Arguendo features intriguing content on all areas of law, and provides a platform to publish content within weeks of a legal development.
Choice of Law: A Guide for Texas Attorneys
(8 days ago) law rule will point to the "whole law" of the chosen state, meaning that the chosen state's choice of law rule is applied. This process is called renvoi. Foreign law means any law other than Texas law or United States federal law. Foreign law includes States' laws and other foreign countries' laws.
Guide to Practice Areas
(2 days ago) Agriculture Law. As a lawyer focusing on agriculture law, you will engage in one of the most diverse areas of law, addressing: crop and livestock production issues, food safety concerns, land use, resource management challenges, and sustainability and environmental protection. Read more
The Evolution of the Common Law and Efficiency
(8 days ago) law, but also between the colonies themselves. 24 . Unlike in the English tradition, colonial law tended to be codified with the exception of Maryland. 25 . Some of these colonial law codes departed significantly from the English common law, in particular in New England (Massachusetts most importantly) and Pennsylvania. 26
Business / Transactional Law
(7 days ago) Experts in the law with particular proficiency in corporate and partnership law, contract law, securities regulation, commercial law, tax, financial planning and bankruptcy. Creative in analyzing and solving their clients’ problems. Adept at communicating clearly with their clients, both verbally and in writing.
Business / Transactional Law
(2 days ago) Most people’s idea of a lawyer is the traditional trial lawyer. But today, many lawyers rarely see the inside of a courtroom. Instead, these transactional lawyers help business owners and other clients with the legal aspects of complex transactions. This guide focuses on perhaps the most common type of transactional lawyer — the business
Prospective Members Texas A&M Law Review
(1 days ago) The Law Review, together with the Journal of Property Law, conducts the write-on to evaluate the writing, editing, and citation skills of prospective candidates. At the end of the competition, the journals individually grade the submissions and extend offers to students who meet their grading criteria.
Texas A&M Law Review Board and Staff
(7 days ago) Areas of Legal Interest: Agriculture Law, Real Estate, Water Law, Estate Planning, and Criminal Law. Other School Activities/Involvements: Christian Legal Society, President; Legal Analysis, Research, and Writing Teaching Assistant; Moot Court Brief Writer; Research Assistant for Professor Casado-Perez.
Stephen R. Alton
(8 days ago) Associate Dean for Planning, Compliance and Evening Programs. Texas A&M University School of Law (2016-2017) Professor of Law. Texas Wesleyan University School of Law (1995-2013) Fulbright Professor of Law, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China (2001) Associate Professor of Law.
IP and Technology Law
(Just Now) Intellectual property and technology law. In today’s global, information-based economy, having lawyers that understand intellectual property law is more important than ever. Artists, entrepreneurs, engineers, inventors and business professionals all have a stake in a sound intellectual property strategy. As an intellectual property attorney
TAMU News tamu law
(3 days ago) Shawna Smith-Thornton is a Texas A&M School of Law master's of jurisprudence degree graduate who was appointed to the executive committee of the Association of American Law Schools Pro Bono Committee where she serves as membership co-chair. Shawna helped create the first pro bono emerging leaders award, recognizing mid-career pro bono professionals.