A&M to Join Texas Wesleyan to Create New Law School

According to Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp, a law school is "one of the few things that have been missing from A&M for a very long time."

That era is coming to a close.

The board of trustees at Texas Wesleyan University, a small, private university in Fort Worth has approved a letter of intent that would allow it to enter into a partnership with A&M, creating what will be known as the Texas A&M School of Law at Texas Wesleyan University. The A&M System Board of Regents is expected to vote on the matter by Friday.

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