The University—an independent, coeducational Catholic university administered by the Marianists.
The Law School—the only private, coeducational Catholic law school in the state of Texas. It was founded in 1927 by the San Antonio Bar Association and became known as St. Mary’s University School of Law in 1934.
The Location—San Antonio, Texas, the eighth largest U.S. city, is known for its excellent quality of life and its fascinating blend of history, culture, and progress. San Antonio offers a robust economy; a strong, legal job market; and ties to Mexico and international business.
The Faculty—43 full-time faculty known for teaching, scholarship, public service, and an open-door policy; also 30 adjunct professors and distinguished visiting professors.
Student/Faculty Ratio—22:1more » « less