The Baylor Law Alumni Association annually recognizes a Baylor Lawyer of the Year and a Young Baylor Lawyer of the Year. We're now taking nominations for both awards. We want your suggestions -- nominate today!
Criteria for Baylor Lawyer of the Year & Young Baylor Lawyer of the Year
The Baylor Lawyer of the Year Award and the Young Baylor Lawyer of the Year Award are given annually to an outstanding alumnus/a who has brought honor and distinction to the Law School and to the legal profession. For the Young Baylor Lawyer of the Year Award, the recipient must not reach the age 41 before January 1 of the award year. Recipients of both awards are selected based upon the following criteria:
1. The nominee's legal ability and achievements as a lawyer;
2. The nominee's contributions to the legal profession;
3. The nominee's standing in the profession;
4. The nominee's Christian character;
5. The nominee's civic, religious and other attainments; and
6. The nominee's active interest in Baylor Law School.
To nominate a Baylor Lawyer, please email the below information to: Berkley Scroggins
Nomination for Baylor Lawyer of the Year or Young Baylor Lawyer of the Year
Reasons Nominee is a Qualified Recipient