'Big Trial' Photo Feature
- Professor William Underwood questions Raymond Dan Sorey, standing, during a Practice Court II class, prior to the start of Big Trial. (Alan Hunt photos)
- Rossana Rolon Grau, left, discusses case with fellow attorney Spring Magsam.
- Watched by Professor William Underwood, seated rear, defendant's attorney Matthew Campbell, left, presents case with fellow attorney David Jones. Plaintiff's attorneys Kelly Erickson and Robin Duncan are seated right.
- Lauren Prince, plaintiff's attorney, questions witness David Scott Snellings, watched by Judge Jeff Ross.
- Plaintiff's attorney Steven Mason discusses exhibit with defendant's attorney Paige Casteneda during a case involving crop damage allegedly caused by helicopter spraying.
by Alan Hunt
Baylor Law School students worked overtime, preparing their cases for "Big Trial" - a week-long program of "real world" courtroom battles where the future lawyers go in front of a judge and a jury to conduct themselves in a full trial process, defending or prosecuting, analyzing, and making convincing speeches to juries.At the end of the day, they either celebrate victory - or show grace in defeat.
Our photo feature shows a glimpse of this month's Big Trial action at Baylor Law School.