Thanks to the previous response, which provided other links as well. Law schools with the highest percentage of students passing the bar are UT and Baylor. High on the list for percentage of graduates who are NOT using their law degrees is Thurgood Marshall. Unfortunately, you don't necessarily get to decide where you go to school. You apply, and, whoever picks you, that is where you go.You also don't have to limit yourself to just Texas. The lawyer I work for is very smart, and he went to Columbia.Your first hurdle is to get good grades in college. Also, pick up a copy of an LSAT study guide, and start familiarizing yourself with it. The "logic games" are tough, and are crucial to doing well on the test. You won't have time to try to figure them out during the test if you do not know how to solve them.