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    Discover and research the 9 law schools in Texas with Noodle. Get started by entering your GPA & LSAT score and browse law schools by where you want to practice law.

    • The University of Texas School of Law

      The University of Texas School of Law Save

      727 East Dean Keeton Street, Austin, TX 78705

      The first year curriculum includes six required one-semester, four-credit courses: Criminal Law, Constitutional Law I, Civil Procedure, Contracts, Property, and Torts. Each student takes three of these courses in the fall and three in the spring. Students also take a ... learn more

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    • Baylor University School of Law

      Baylor University School of Law Save

      One Bear Place #97288, Waco, TX 76798

      The curriculum at Baylor Law is structured to provide a logical progression of legal study from fundamental legal doctrines in first-year courses to increasingly more sophisticated and complex issues in second- and third-year courses. You will find the broad exposure ... learn more

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    • Smu Dedman School of Law

      Smu Dedman School of Law Save

      P.O. Box 750110, Dallas, TX 75275

      A superior legal education requires a curriculum that is rich in substantive courses and practical skills training. We offer a broad range of specialized courses in the areas of antitrust, bankruptcy, commercial, corporate and securities, employment, environmental, health care, financial ... learn more

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    • University of Houston Law Center

      University of Houston Law Center Save

      100 Law Center, Houston, TX 77204

      The J. D. program encompasses 90 semester hours and is divided into full-time and part-time sections. The full-time program starts in August and is a three-year course of study designed for students able to devote virtually all of their time ... learn more

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    • Texas Tech University School of Law

      Texas Tech University School of Law Save

      1802 Hartford Avenue, Lubbock, TX 79409

      The Doctor of Jurisprudence (J.D.) is the degree required for admission to the bar in nearly all U.S. states and territorial jurisdictions. The J.D. program is designed to provide a general background in law. The law school curriculum is broad ... learn more

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    • St. Mary's University School of Law

      St. Mary's University School of Law Save

      One Camino Santa Maria, San Antonio, TX 78228

      The development of practical, real-world litigation skills in a courtroom setting is a crucial element of the St. Mary's experience. This belief is affirmed every day through the actions and accomplishments of our highly respected advocacy programs. These programs provide ... learn more

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    • Texas A&M University School of Law

      Texas A&M University School of Law Save

      1515 Commerce Street, Office of Admissions, Fort Worth, TX 76102 Fort Worth, TX 76102

      The full-time day program allows you to concentrate on the law school experience, including extracurricular activities, leadership opportunities, networking and community service. The time spent focusing on education allows you the chance to reflect on career progress and to consider ... learn more

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    • Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law

      Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law Save

      3100 Cleburne Avenue, Houston, TX 77004

      TMSL's curriculum places particular emphasis on both bar preparation and available areas of advanced study to support the student's professional goals. Curriculum oversight, policy, and structure are determined by the Law School's Curriculum Committee. The first year program emphasizes traditional ... learn more

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