Texas Southmost College on Thursday officially inaugurated the TSC Legal Center in 4,450 square feet of renovated space on campus to meet the increasing demand for law enforcement officers and legal professionals in the workforce.

Much like simulation labs in the health professions, the center’s main feature is a fully equipped courtroom and conference center, with an adjacent jury room, classrooms and a Cameron County Law Library to accommodate TSC’s criminal justice, law enforcement and paralegal programs.

“This is what we call applied theory,” TSC President Jesús Roberto Rodríguez said, comparing the center to the mock emergency rooms and classrooms used to train health professionals and school teachers.

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TSC Legal Center Grand opening