Business Law Boot Camp

Business Law Boot Camp



An Innovative Business Law Experience


The Business Law Boot Camp is an intensive intersession course held between the spring and summer quarters at Baylor Law School. Specifically created for Baylor Law students interested in business transactions, but who find it difficult to fit transactional law electives into their busy law school schedules, the week-long course offers a practical perspective on multiple aspects of business and its legal requirements and implications. Course material includes forming a business, commercial borrowing, raising capital, trademark and advertising issues, succession planning, selling a business, basic accounting, contract drafting, and negotiation skills.

Renowned transactional law attorney Bill Shaddock, JD '77, speaks to the class of Baylor Law's Business Law Boot Camp

2016 Recap

2017 Recap




More Than Just Course Study


The content of the course is delivered through both classroom lectures and interactive small-group exercises. Students also take part in special networking events and supplemental opportunities for professional development and mentoring throughout the duration of the course. Throughout the course, influential and inspiring guest speakers address the class in regards to building and obtaining success as well as the ethical practice of transactional law.



Distinguished and Accomplished Faculty


Taught each year by a team of adjunct professors who are well-established, highly regarded transactional lawyers from practices across the country, the Business Law Boot Camp offers students the benefit of learning from and interacting with some of the best lawyers in the practice of transactional law. These lawyers also see first-hand Baylor Law School's commitment to training practice-ready lawyers in the transactional area.



Sign up for Business Law Boot Camp


For more information or to register for Baylor Law's Business Law Boot Camp, please contact program director, Professor Beth Miller at Elizabeth_Miller@baylor.edu or 254.710.6583.