At Baylor, writing permeates nearly every aspect of the law school experience. One of the only three-year writing programs in the nation, students here progress through a comprehensive, coordinated sequence of hands-on courses, each designed to reinforce the other.
Fully integrated into both the advocacy and transitional law curriculums, professors collaborate to ensure that courses build on the skill sets required for the next level. There are no silos here. From the transition from objective to persuasive writing, to drafting pleadings and motions,, and all the way through Practice Court, professors and students work together to review, revise, and craft documents that leverage the skills necessary to become a successful written advocate.
By integrating all of the experiences, and allowing students to see how all the moving parts work together, graduates leave Baylor Law not just better writers, but better lawyers.