Texas A&M Law School

Rank 29 (USNWR 2023)
Median LSAT
Median GPA
Acceptance rate

Also known as

  • Texas A&M Law School
  • Texas A&M University
  • TAMU A&M

Texas A&M Law School is a law school located in Fort Worth, Texas. The school was ranked 29 in 2023 by USNWR. Annual enrollment for Texas A&M Law School is approximately 125.

Admissions website: https://law.tamu.edu/prospective/admissions

Admissions email: law-admissions@law.tamu.edu

Admissions phone: 817-212-4040

Can I get into Texas A&M Law School with aGPA andLSAT?

Texas A&M Law School Key Statistics

Previous year ABA 509 data
Percentiles 25 50 75
LSAT 158 164 166
GPA 3.54 3.93 3.98
Miscellaneous Count Percentile
# Applications 4017 86
# Admissions offers 656 -
Class size 125 22
% Accepted 16.3% 90
% Yield 19.1% 8

During the 2023 application cycle, 4,017 people applied and 656 were offered admission.

Texas A&M University has a 1L class size of 125, and yield of 19.05%. 125 out of 656 applicants who were offered admission accepted, meaning that 19.05% of the people who were offered admission ended up attending the school.

The 1L class at Texas A&M University has a median LSAT of 164. The 25th percentile LSAT is 158 and the 75th percentile LSAT is 166.

The median GPA is 3.93. The 25th percentile GPA is 3.54 and the 75th percentile GPA is 3.98.

Texas A&M Law School LSAT & GPA graph for 2022-2023

LSD has stats for 464 applicants for the 2022-2023 application cycle.

The graphs show applicant results plotted against GPA and LSAT. The dotted lines on the graphs represent the 25/50/75th percentiles reported by the school in their ABA 509 report from the previous year.

Each data point represents an LSD user that shared their application results for the benefit of future applicants.

Click on a data point to see that user's profile.

25th, 50th, 75th refer to percentiles from last year's admitted class

How much does Texas A&M Law School cost per year?

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Cost of attending Texas A&M Law School

In 2023, tuition was $0 and the annual cost of attending was $0 (tuition plus living expenses).

Cost of Attendance (CoA) is the estimated total amount you will have to spend every year to go to school. Unlike tuition, CoA includes expenses like rent, food, and insurance.

Texas A&M Law School employment outcomes

93.0% of Texas A&M University graduates pass the bar on their first try.

Some interesting facts about Texas A&M Law School

Texas A&M University School of Law is located in the heart of downtown Fort Worth, Texas—the 16th largest city in the United States—amidst the legal, judicial, and business hub of one of the fastest growing economies in the nation. As home to one of the highest concentrations of corporate headquarters, Fort Worth and Dallas provide an incredible opportunity for successful mentors and professional advancement. Texas A&M, with its vast network of former students, is an exceptional place to study law and form invaluable, lifelong relationships.

Program of Study

Texas A&M Law requires a minimum of 90 credit hours to confer the JD degree. Students may choose between a full-time or part-time day program of study. Students may opt to pursue one of several concentrations or create their own by selecting from a broad array of elective courses. A minimum of 30 hours of pro bono legal service must be completed.

Texas A&M Law also offers the LLM degree and the Masters of Jurisprudence degree.

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really hoping to hear about WL movements soon ugh
Anyone still UR?!
Me. UR (initial) since late Feb.
Did everyone get an extended deadline til the 9th?
26th 😎 (not that it really matters)
Did anyone else get a text message from Jeff Green saying "The admissions committee is interested in learning where you are in the process. Can you share with me how Texas A&M might fit into your law school decisions?"
I'm just trying to figure out if they take your response into consideration or something. Or if the text is sent to specific people or everyone. I've seen quite a few people get their acceptance from Jeff via text, so wondering if this means they're close to making a decision about me.
I didn't get a text ugh
@mbt1998: yes I did
I wonder if it means anything or if they just send them random.
Also, I'm trying to figure out what A&M is trying to do this cycle? Are they trying to play the "high numbers" game to boost median avgs for rankings? Last week, they reached out to my friend (171 LSAT) last week and said if he applied by 4/20, he'd still get priority RD, app fee waiver, and CAS fee waiver.
It seems strange that they would still be begging high scorers to apply so late in the game, especially when they have so many interested people still on WL. Unless this cycle's medians are lower than previous years...
It seems like they are being generous to everyone 168 or higher. I have contacted two other people who got the text and all three of us have 168 or higher I think (all splitters). Do you mind if I ask your stats? @mbt
@nopain18: 169 LSAT and 2.9 GPA. URM and STEM major. A&M’s right angle of death is bordering Ivy-League levels! I always find it weird when selective schools prefer super splitters over decent applicants with middle of the road stats, but it def might work in our favor!
@mbt1998: the quickest way to convince employers “hey we’re actually a reslly
Reputable institution” is to show them the stats of the admitted class. If A&M is competing with SMU for jobs, they look better if they say “look at our students, they’re averaging 3+ higher on their LSAT and .1+ higher GPA’s. It’s the strategy for bypassing the long drawn traditional establishment process
I have talked to the A&M admissions team and it is true that they are trying to push their lsat median for this class to 168, and they are throwing money at people who are above both medians.
@ZCava: Did they say anything about splitters ?
@ZCava: I mean yeah, the data is right there. 168 practically guarantees admission
Does "Subsequent Review" mean anything?
@NiftyWoodenWretch: its their second out of three substatuses - it goes initial, subsequent, final, then decision
Is that for everyone?
I think so yes
A&M does not like splitters as much as a school like WashU. But, if you have 170+, they may take you still but way less likely than if you had a 168 and a 3.9high.
randomly hopped in here, I was a 17low 2.high and was rejected a few months ago the next day after I was waitlisted. not sure what the hell was going on with me but just a slight forewarning because I thought I was a shoe-in based on past cycles and their love for splitters. I'm sure I just had a weird thing going on with me but still
they also might have had a sleeper agent on here because I was ranting about how bad their admissions process had been for me along with some other people (applied early november, was under "final review" since beginning of december, got waitlisted after 3 entire months of "final" review) and that day I was rejected
that would not surprise me at all lol, they have their people all over reddit
is anyone waiting to hear back today. they sent an email saying anyone who applied before march 1 would hear back by today and nothing...
@Likeitshard2024: check your status checker
@Likeitshard2024: Im still waiting. No movement on checker either
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