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Marcy Winter Wilkins / Lake Waco, Waco, TX
Before the sun rises on a day filled with clients, casework, and after-hours volunteering for a high school mock trial program, Marcy is already three miles into her morning run—a routine she perfected while in law school. Up early, work hard, one foot in front of the other—good things will follow. Meet Marcy >

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Hundreds Visit Baylor Law to Participate in the 2019 “People's Law School” Feb. 13, 2019 On Saturday, February 9th, hundreds of central Texas residents braved the cold rainy weather to participate in Baylor Law’s popular People's Law School, a free half-day event designed to educate consumers about their legal rights and to make the law "user friendly." Volunteer attorneys and legal experts offered a total of 19 hour-long courses. Baylor Law LEAD Counsel ‘Making a Difference’ Annual Conference Feb. 11, 2019 Baylor Law’s Leadership Engagement and Development (LEAD) Counsel announces an open invitation to the third annual Making a Difference Conference, “Rising Up Against Injustice,” to be held at Baylor Law on Friday, February 15, 2018 from 2 – 5:30 pm. The event is free and open to the public. 2019 Winners Announced for The Closer Jan. 31, 2019 Rajdeep Roger Bains of the University of San Diego School of Law and Westford Lang of the University of Colorado Law School are this year’s winners of The Closer, the most challenging transactional law competition in the country. Finalists for this year’s competition were John Adgent of the University of Tennessee College of Law and Roy Smith of the University of Mississippi School of Law. John Kyed of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law was chosen by his fellow competitors as the winner of the Professionalism Award. Baylor Law Hosts First Naturalization Clinic Dec. 18, 2018 On Saturday, December 8, more than two dozen Central Texas residents were able to participate in Baylor Law’s first-ever Naturalization Clinic to assist lawful permanent residents eligible to become U.S. citizens via naturalization, under the direction of Laura A. Hernandez, Professor of Law.


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