Baylor Law School Grads To Receive Degrees Nov. 4Oct. 18, 2000
by Alan Hunt
Twenty-one graduates of Baylor University School of Law are scheduled to receive
juris doctor degrees during commencement ceremonies at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, in the Barfield Drawing Room of the Bill Daniel Student Center.
The keynote speaker will be Louis S. Muldrow, professor emeritus of Practice Court
at Baylor Law School. Muldrow, who received his law degree from Baylor in 1958, practiced for a number of years with the Waco law firm of Naman, Howell, Smith, Lee & Muldrow before joining the law faculty in 1981. He retired from teaching at the end of the spring 2000 quarter.
Diplomas will be presented during the program by Dean Brad Toben, the Governor Bill and Vara Faye Daniel Professor of Law, assisted by Leah W. Jackson, associate dean.
The honor of hooding the graduates will go to Gerald R. Powell, the Abner V. McCall Professor of Evidence, and William D. Underwood, director of Baylor Law School's Practice Court program.
The invocation will be given by David M. Guinn, who serves as the Louise L. Morrison Professor of Constitutional Law and Master Teacher.
A reception for the graduates and their guests will be hosted by the Baylor Law Alumni Association immediately following the ceremony.