Connect. Reconnect. And stay connected to Baylor Law School and the outstanding community of 7,049 Baylor Lawyers. Wondering how to stay involved? Here's a list of 25 ways to stay involved with Baylor Law. Whether it's hiring a Baylor Lawyer; reconnecting with your Practice Court partner; supporting a scholarship; or visiting your Baylor Law family at the Sheila and Walter Umphrey Law Center – we have an opportunity for you! Your involvement and generosity support the future of Baylor Law.
You are a Baylor Lawyer. And we're here to keep you connected to your Baylor Law family. We've put together an Alumni Team just for you. Let us know how we can serve you – we're just a phone call, email or visit away!
1. Attend the Baylor Law Alumni Receptions in your hometown.
2. Subscribe to and read the Baylor Law alumni magazine, the Docket Call. Staying up-to-date is key! Email
3. Donate to the Faculty Fund. Your gift strengthens Baylor Law School. Email Julie Corley.
4. Refer a client matter to a fellow Baylor Lawyer.
5. Send a strong, well-qualified prospective student our way. We're always building the next generation of Baylor Lawyers – and we want the best!
6. Serve as an "Alumni Weekend Rep." We'd be thrilled to have your help in rounding up your fellow Baylor Lawyers for the 2012 Alumni Reunion Weekend which will be held on November 16 & 17, 2012. Email Berkley Knas.
7. Attend the 2012 Alumni Reunion Weekend on November 16 & 17, 2012! Details to come. For questions, please email Berkley Knas.
8. Let us know if you're speaking at a CLE training. Just one more way to strengthen our network.
9. Stay in touch with our faculty. Let them know current issues in your practice.
10. Send in news of Baylor Lawyers to the Docket Call or Rocket Docket. Keep us current!
Email your news to Janet Perez.
11. Let the Career Development Office know about open positions at your firm – and of positions you hear about at other firms. We have Baylor Lawyers who can fill those open positions. Email Angela Cruseturner, Director of Career Development.
12. Hire a Baylor Lawyer. Because Baylor Law graduates are the best & ready to practice the day after graduation! Email
13. Encourage your employer to interview on campus. Email
14. Create your own endowed scholarship or student award. With scholarships and awards starting at $250, you can help us achieve our goal of providing 100% of our student body with some form of scholarship support. Email Julie Corley.
15. Renew your donation to your existing scholarship or award. We thank you for your continued support!
To renew your donation, email Julie Corley.
16. Call or e-mail a fellow classmate – or maybe even your Practice Court partner!
17. Subscribe to and read the alumni e-newsletter, the Rocket Docket. Have a few minutes between clients? Read the alumni e-newsletter from your computer or phone!
18. Speak to current students at a brown bag luncheon. Share practical advice and your experiences as a Baylor Lawyer.
Email Dean Leah Jackson.
19. Include Baylor Law School in your estate plans. Email
20. Update your contact information (especially email) on our: Baylor Law Alumni Directory.
When updating your information, please make sure the "Preference" tab reflects the information you would like shared.
We want to connect with you!
21. Help us organize an alumni event in your hometown - and we'll come to you! Email Berkley Knas.
22. Join the Baylor Law Alumni Association. We want you to join the family of Baylor Lawyers. Annual Membership is $30 and Lifetime Membership is $300. To join the Alumni Association, email Berkley Knas.
23. Be a Judge in a moot court or mock trial competition.
Let Berkley Scroggins know if you're interested. Email Berkley Knas.
24. Check out the latest edition of the Baylor Law Review. The Baylor Law Review is always accepting subscriptions, and is moving toward posting our latest publications on our website.
25. Visit the Sheila and Walter Umphrey Law Center. We'll give you a personal tour! Email Berkley Knas.