Student Legal Services

 

Student Legal Services has moved.  Our new location is Bizzell Hall West, First Floor. Please contact 979.862.4502 or studentlegalservices@studentlife.tamu.edu for questions and assistance. 


Student Legal Services maintains strict confidentiality and adheres to attorney-client privilege. All discussions between the student and attorney will remain confidential.

Student Legal Services does not render advice to students in a dispute against other Texas A&M students or against Texas A&M University and does not represent students in court. Additionally, referrals are not made to specific attorneys within the Bryan/ College Station community for assistance or representation in court.


Services:

The attorney is licensed by the Texas Bar Association and is a Texas A&M professional staff member available to all enrolled Texas A&M students for personal meetings, consultations, and as a speaker for students and recognized student organizations.

Student Legal Services is supported financially by student service fees. There is NO additional cost for appointments or consultations. Students are able to receive legal advice and assistance concerning a variety of student needs and topics.

 

Schedule an appointment:

Student Legal Services is located in Bizzell Hall West, First Floor. To schedule an appointment, please call the Student Legal Services office at 979.862.4502. Please bring the Student Legal Services Intake Formand pertinent data, documentation, or information to the appointment in order to maximize your ability to take prompt action.

 

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Please contact our offices at 979.862.4502, email us at studentlegalservices@studentlife.tamu.edu, or come by Bizzell Hall West, First Floor.


DISCLAIMER:The information contained on this website is intended as general material that may be useful in gaining a general understanding of the law in certain areas. Students should seek the advice of our licensed attorney regarding specific legal problems. Because all information is general, it should not be relied upon as legal advice. Students should seek verification and clarification of all statements made on this website through our office. By maintaining this website, Student Legal Services is not forming any attorney-client relationships. All information contained on this site pertains to Texas law, and should not be relied upon as law in any other state. Texas A&M does not warrant that all material on this site, or those sites herein linked, are completely accurate or completely free of errors.

This web site contains links to other resources on the Internet. The links are provided as aids to help our students identify and locate internet resources that may be of interest, and are not intended to imply that we sponsor or are affiliated or otherwise associated with the creators of said sites. Additionally, the links are not intended to state or imply that Texas A&M Legal Services is legally authorized to use any trade name, registered trade logo, legal or official seal, or copyrighted symbol that may be reflected in the links. Texas A&M University is not responsible for the content or validity of information found on any websites herein linked.