Texas Tech University School of Law has earned a reputation for producing graduates who are eager and ready to step into the courtroom. The curriculum places emphasis not only on the theory and doctrine of law but also on practical legal skills to ensure that our students are well-prepared to practice law.
Texas Tech University School of Law (Tech Law) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, sex, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, or Vietnam era or special disabled veteran status. Tech Law strongly believes in the rights and dignity of all persons, and therefore condemns discrimination on the basis of a personís sexual orientation. Tech Law reaffirms its commitment to providing an inclusive and supportive community for all.
Message about Military Recruiting
In its recruitment and employment practices the U.S. military considers factors in violation of the Tech Law non-discrimination policies. Moreover, Association of American Law Schools (AALS) believes that allowing the military to recruit on campus is inconsistent with the AALS principle requiring member schools to pursue a policy of equal opportunity in employment practices. Nonetheless, AALS has authorized member schools to permit military recruiters on campus, provided that this notice of conflict between AALS policy and military recruitment practices is provided to students considering interviewing with military recruiters. As a member school, Texas Tech supports and adheres to AALS policy.