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THE CAREER DEVELOPMENT OFFICE AT BAYLOR LAW

Graduates looking to land the best opportunities and employers looking to recruit the best candidates find that it’s easy to connect through Baylor Law.

Baylor Law’s Career Development Office works with students early in the law school journey, to recognize their strengths, identify their interests, develop a career plan, and take proactive steps to help them land the positions they seek following graduation. Likewise, the CDO works with employers to make the process of identifying top-flight young lawyers simple—with free on-campus interviews, résumé collection based on each firm’s specific needs, and job postings outside of the normal on-Campus interview program.

Baylor Law consistently enjoys one of the highest law school employment rates in the country. Many employers looking for graduates with the skills, poise, and precision to hit the ground running, look to Baylor Law.

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Director of Career Development -
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254.710.7617
Career Development Office Manager
254.710.1210

Career Development News

Judge K. Nicole Mitchell Named the 2021 Young Baylor Lawyer of the Year Oct. 21, 2021 Judge K. Nicole Mitchell (JD, '06), United States Magistrate Judge for the Eastern District of Texas, has been named the 2021 Young Baylor Lawyer of the Year. Dean Brad Toben publicly announced Judge Mitchell's honor at the 24th Annual Eastern District of Texas Bench Bar Conference in October. Baylor University Bookstore Will Host Book Signing for Professor Walt Shelton During Homecoming Weekend Oct. 13, 2021 The Baylor University Bookstore will host an in-store book signing event on Friday, October 15th from 4 to 6 pm for visitors to meet and have books signed by Walt Shelton, Adjunct Professor at Baylor Law and one of the most-read faith columnists in Texas. Baylor Law Announces Teams Selected to Compete in The Closer 2022 Transactional Law Competition Oct. 12, 2021 Baylor University School of Law has announced the 14 law schools that will participate in the sixth annual The Closer Transactional Law Competition in January 2022. The Closer is a highly selective competition with invitations extended to law schools whose programming demonstrates a commitment to excellence in practical transactional law training. Baylor Law Professor Leah Teague Appears on EdUp Legal Podcast Oct. 8, 2021 Baylor Law’s Director of Business Law Programs and Leadership Development, Professor Leah Teague, was recently interviewed by Dean Patricia Roberts of St. Mary’s Law School for the EdUp Legal Podcast. The duo discussed Professor Teague’s work in creating a national movement of intentional leadership development in law schools.

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