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Changing the game for our students and the future of the law.
Texas A&M Legal Clinics announce the recipients of their 2020 and 2021 awards.
Work done by A&M Law students helped Lydell Grant see justice when was declared “actually innocent” by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in May.
A new flood management report from students at Texas A&M University School of Law examines current flood-related regulations and proposes changes.
Teresa Reyes Flores ’21 was awarded a two-year Immigrant Justice Corps fellowship to work with Immigration Services and Legal Advocacy in New Orleans.
Claire Brown ’21 was named an Equal Justice Works Fellows, one of the nation’s most prestigious and competitive post-graduate legal fellowships.
TAMU Law Immigrant Rights Clinic shares in a national award for their work advocating for women’s and immigrant rights.
A team of researchers from Texas A&M University released a comprehensive legal needs assessment of the Rio Grande Valley (RGV) region of Texas.
ABA Patricia Refo paid a virtual visit to Texas A&M School of Law, joining on a panel of discussing the role and importance of bar association membership.
Texas A&M School of Law second-year students Taylor Garner and Isabelle Chapman bring home a American Bar Association (ABA) national championship.
TAMU Law Community Development Clinic students, faculty and staff draft a report that reaches Texas legislators.