After tripling its enrollment over the past four years, Texas A&M University School of Law now sets its sights on collaborating with Fort Worth and private industries to create a new research campus in downtown Fort Worth.

“Our goal is to bring together interdisciplinary, multiuniversity, academic/industry programs in a common space,” Texas A&M Law Dean and Anthony G. Buzbee Endowed Dean’s Chair Bobby Ahdieh told on Friday.

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