Life at Tech Law

Learn more about academic support for students Academic and Student Support
The faculty and staff of Texas Tech University School of Law understand the stresses involved with being a law student. You can feel confident that we will be here to help guide you through the process so that it is a positive experience. Both the law school and main campus have many resources that are intended to benefit students and provide support during your time at Texas Tech.
Browse our student organizations Student Organizations
As a student at Tech Law, you can choose among more than 40 student-run organizations. These groups host many events at the law school including symposiums, forums, and guest speakers. You will have the opportunity to meet veteran attorneys, judges, members of Congress, and even U.S. Supreme Court justices at many of the social and community events that occur throughout the year.
View the law school's Journals Publications
Tech Law offers four student-run journals: the Texas Tech Law Review, Texas Tech Administrative Law Journal, Business and Bankruptcy Law Journal, Estate Planning and Community Property Journal, Journal of Biosecurity, Biosaftey, and Biodefense Law, and Texas Bank Lawyer. Learn more about their history, subject matter, and how to join.
View Advocacy Competition Teams Advocacy Competition Teams
Tech Law students have won 22 national and international advocacy competitions. Students compete in arbitration, client counseling, mock trial, moot court, and negotiations on teams selected, coached, and sponsored by the advocacy program, professors, alumni, organizations, and practitioners.
Find out more about life at Texas Tech and Lubbock Being a Red Raider
By joining the law school, you become one of Texas Tech University’s more than 30,000 students and can have access to all the amenities the university has to offer including Big XII athletics, campus traditions, and the Student Recreation Center among many others.
Learn about housing options Living in Lubbock
Lubbock’s thriving nightlife, A-list performers, entertainment options, and proximity to all types of outdoor activities and urban cities make it truly the Hub City of the South Plains. With a very low cost of living, Lubbock makes a perfect place for law students to study.
Texas Tech School of Law Orientation 2016 Orientation 2016
Orientation is a required for all incoming students to the School of Law. Click here to find all the important information pertaining to Orientation.