South Texas College of Law has a faculty of 59 full-time professors and 40 adjunct professors.
US News consistently ranks the South Texas trial advocacy program in the top ten; in 2010, South Texas advocacy was ranked third in the country by U.S. News in Trial Advocacy. US News also ranks the College in the Fourth Tier of law schools nationwide.
South Texas offers a "3 and 3" program with Texas A&M University. This program makes it possible to obtain a Bachelor's degree and a Juris Doctor (J.D.) in six years. South Texas College of Law is also part of a consortium of four independent ABA and AALS accredited American law schools—California Western School of Law, New England School of Law, and William Mitchell College of Law. The Consortium for Innovative Legal Education (CILE), combines resources designed to enhance and strengthen the educational mission of each school separately and all of them collectively. This partnership provides access to educational programs on a national and international basis. Students at... Read More