Meet Your Baylor Law Development and Alumni Relations Directors
In her role as Director of Development, Kristine Bridges brings her experience in higher education and non-profit leadership together with her affinity for Baylor Law. A native of Waco, Kristine graduated from Baylor University in 1998 and Baylor Law in 2003. After practicing law for many years, she served as Associate Dean and Director of Professional Development at the University of Tulsa College of Law and was the executive director for the Tulsa County Child Protection Coalition and The Parent Child Center of Tulsa, advocating for deprived children. She is excited to have returned to the Law School and looks forward to helping the alumni and friends of Baylor Law make a lasting impression through gifts, endowments, scholarships, and program support. Please contact Kristine at Kristine_Bridges@baylor.edu or 254-710-8537 for all your Baylor Law Development needs.
Katie Casper serves as the Director of Alumni Relations at Baylor Law. She is a 2007 graduate of Fordham University in New York and a 2010 graduate of Baylor Law. During her eight years in private practice, Katie worked in the areas of family law and criminal defense. The last four years of her practice were devoted to working as an attorney ad litem for foster children in McLennan County. Katie says the best part of her position as Director of Alumni Relations is reconnecting with Baylor Law alumni who have gone on to do amazing work in the legal field. Please contact Katie at Katie_Casper@baylor.edu or 254-710-4346 for all your Baylor Law Alumni Relations needs.
Don't Miss Your Opportunity to Join Baylor Law's Executive LL.M in Litigation Management
The application deadline to join the second class of Baylor Law's Executive LL.M. in Litigation Management is fast approaching! Our Executive LL.M. is the only program of its kind in the nation. Open to experienced lawyers, the program focuses on controlling rising litigation costs and developing an effective (winning) litigation strategy. . . Full Story
The Starr Federalist Papers Lecture Series Presented by John and Marie Chiles welcomes Professor Robert P. George, Ph.D., McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence and Director of the James Madison Program at Princeton University.
Join us as one of America's leading constitutional scholars discusses how the Founders intended to keep the federal government's power in check, and how civil discourse and civic virtue can reform today's highly fractured, hyper-partisan, political discourse.
September 18, 2019
4:00 – 5:00 PM
Baylor Law, Room 127
This event is free and open to the public.
Walk-ins welcome subject to seating.
This course has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the
State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE in the amount of one credit hour.
Director of Employer Relations and Engagement
Baylor Law is seeking a new Director of Employer Relations and Engagement as Daniel Hare is leaving his position in the fall to launch his own business. The Director will work with Asst. Dean Angela Cruseturner and the Career Development team and will be responsible for cultivating relationships with legal employers for the benefit of our students and alumni in achieving their career objectives.
There are several qualification factors. The Director must possess strong relational skills and be a self-motivated, results-driven thinker. The position blends interpersonal skills, relationships, and friendships with creativity, versatility, and results. A Baylor Lawyer who is already knowledgeable with the program, culture, and mission of Baylor Law is preferred.
The Director works with lawyers throughout the state and beyond, with a primary focus on the largest Texas cities. Meaningful day travel and some occasional overnight travel is required. For more details, the Human Resources position posting can be found at jobs.baylor.edu/postings/5362, or you can contact Human Resources by emailing email@example.com.
See for yourself why Baylor has been named a "2018 Great College to Work For," by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Baylor Law Takes Top Spot at E. Earle Zehmer National Workers' Compensation Moot Court Competition
Baylor Law has started the 2019-2020 competition year off with a bang with a win in the 31st Annual E. Earle Zehmer Workers' Compensation Moot Court Competition. Baylor Law has now won the Zehmer Competition two years in a row. . . Full Story
Law Review Article Written by Baylor Law Student Juan Antonio Solis Cited in Motion for Rehearing Before the Texas Supreme Court
Juan Antonio Solis' Closing the Door on Fraud Plaintiffs: Carduco's Effect on Claims for Fraudulent Inducement in Texas, published in the Baylor Law Review in the Spring of 2019, was cited in a Motion for Rehearing before the Supreme Court of Texas. . . Full Story
Taylor A. McConnell, JD '19, Veteran and Mad Dog Competition Winner, Most Recent Baylor Law Leadership Fellow
Recent Baylor Law graduate, U.S. Army veteran, and Spring 2018 Mad Dog Competition Winner, Taylor A. McConnell, has been designated a Leadership Fellow at Baylor Law. . . Full Story
Baylor Law Incoming Class of 2022 Ends Orientation with Multiple Community Service Projects
On Friday, August 23, more than 100 incoming Baylor Law students volunteered with multiple local nonprofits throughout the Waco area. . . Full Story
For more information, please visit baylor.edu/law/alumni/reunion, e-mail Katie Casper, or call 254.710.4346.
Whether you're looking for a summer clerk or full-time attorney, someone experienced or right out of school, the Baylor Law Career Development Office stands ready to assist you. You can post a job on our website or contact the Career Development Office at BaylorLawJobs@baylor.edu or 254.710.1210 to discuss your specific need. Hire a Baylor Lawyer today!