Baylor Law Baylor
Greg White
Education / Bar Admissions:

Baylor University School of Law (J.D. 1982)
Admitted to Texas Bar November 1982
Admitted to Practice in United States Supreme Court (1988)
Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals (1985)
Federal Circuit Court of Appeals (2010)
United States District Courts - Western, Texas (1984) Northern, Texas (1986) Southern, Texas (1988) Eastern, Texas (1989), and Northern, Mississippi (1991)
National Institute of Trial Advocacy (NITA): Instructor Training (2010)


Founding Member, Judge Abner V. McCall American Inn of Court (President 2002-2004)
Selected as Texas Superlawyer (2003) (Appellate Law)
Martindale Hubbell AV rating
Fellow - Texas Bar Foundation
President's Award from Texas Association of Defense Counsel (2008)

Certifications & Experience:

Civil Appellate Law (1987), recertified (1992, 1997, 2002 and 2007)
Civil Trial Law (1988), recertified (1992, 1997)
Adjunct Professor, Baylor School of Law: United States Supreme Court Seminar 1995 to present; Federal Practice 1997 to 1999; Post-Conviction Remedies: Appeals & Habeas 2005 to 2006; Business Litigation 2007 -2010; Civil Appeals 2010; White Collar Crime 2011; Coach of National Moot Court Teams for 2009-2010 Competitions.
Regular CLE Speaker on Civil Rights in Eminent Domain, Civil Rights and Education Law contexts


Greg White

Courses Taught
Business Litigation
Civil Appeals
Supreme Court Seminar
Cell: 254.717.5728
Fax: 866.521.5569