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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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Contact the Career Development Office

Assistant Dean of Career Development
254.710.3331
Director of Employer Relations
254.710.7617
Career Development Office Manager
254.710.1210

Career Development News

Baylor Law First in Texas Bar Passage Rate Oct. 30, 2019 Results of the July 2019 Texas Bar exam show that 86 out of 92 first-time test takers from Baylor Law passed the bar exam, a 93.48% pass rate - the highest in Texas. Dual Degreed: Erika Griffin Thrives in Healthcare Law and Administration Sep. 13, 2019 Erika Griffin, a twenty-eight-year-old 3L is blazing a new trail at Baylor Law. Griffin will be the first student in Baylor’s Dual-Degree program to simultaneously complete the Law School’s Healthcare Law Professional Track and the Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a specialization in healthcare administration at the Hankamer School of Business. Professor Robert P. George to Speak at Baylor Law on the Constitution and Civic Virtue in an Environment of Partisanship and Incivility Sep. 3, 2019 Professor Robert P. George, the McCormick professor of jurisprudence and director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University, will deliver the lecture at the fifth annual John and Marie Chiles 'Starr Federalist Papers Lecture Series,' from 4 to 5pm on September 18, 2019, in the Jim Kronzer Appellate Advocacy Classroom & Courtroom, Room 127, at Baylor Law. Law Review Article Written by Third-Year Baylor Law Student Juan Antonio Solis Cited in Motion for Rehearing Before the TX Supreme Court Aug. 12, 2019 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, cited in a Motion for Rehearing before the Supreme Court of Texas.

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