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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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Kingrey Sullens and Kelton Munch Win Baylor Law's 2023 Faegre Drinker Spring Moot Court Competition Mar. 22, 2023 Finalists in Baylor Law School's annual intermural Faegre Drinker Spring Moot Court Competition demonstrated their appellate advocacy skills before a distinguished panel of judges and a large audience on Monday, March 20, 2023. When the judges returned their decision, the team of Kingrey Sullens and Kelton Munch narrowly edged out the team of O'quilla Jones and Rachel Brooks to take the championship spot. Texas Court Of Criminal Appeals To Convene For Arguments March 23 At Baylor Law Mar. 21, 2023 Texas Court of Criminal Appeals will hear two cases at the Sheila and Walter Umphrey Law Center on Thursday, March 23. The public is invited to attend the hearings in the Jim Kronzer Appellate Advocacy Classroom and Courtroom (Room 127) at the law school which will begin at 9am. Baylor Law Team Wins National Championship at Conrad B. Duberstein Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition Mar. 20, 2023 Baylor Law’s interscholastic moot court team took first place at the prestigious 31st annual Conrad B. Duberstein Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition, hosted by St. John’s University and the American Bankruptcy Institute. The team of Maddie Gay, Tansy Ackermann, and Casey Cooper emerged victorious – and Amber John, Jacob King, and Paige Browne – made a strong showing, ending as octa-finalists. Baylor Law Announces 0% Tuition Increase for Fourth Straight Year Feb. 28, 2023 Baylor Law will keep tuition costs flat for the fourth consecutive year. This decision is part of the school’s ongoing efforts to make legal education more accessible and affordable to students. The 0% tuition increase means that students will continue to pay $1,471 per course hour per quarter, the same rate since the 2018-19 academic year.


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