Texas A&M University and Texas Wesleyan University announced Tuesday that the former would assume control of the latter's law school. Employees of the law school will all become Texas A&M employees, but Texas Wesleyan will continue to own the building in which, and land on which, the law school is located. The two institutions envision joint programs between the law school and Texas Wesleyan. A spokesman for Texas A&M said that the institution expected the law school to receive funds from the state along formulas used to support other public law schools.
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