Monday, August 19, 2013

ABA Approves Sale of Texas Wesleyan Law to Texas A&M

The final obstacle has been surmounted now that the American Bar Association has
approved the sale of Texas Wesleyan University School of Law to Texas A&M
University. The sale of $20 million, which will cost another $5 million in the
next five years, is a bonus for both universities. It diversifies the
professional programs offered at A&M, letting them offer further
possibilities to their schools, but it also gives Wesleyan a chance for a
makeover, as A&M intends to raise the schools’ stature from an unranked
third tier school to something more competitive.

You can read more here and here.


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