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Since long before law schools across the country adopted the term “practice-ready,” Baylor Law’s rigorous program has equipped students with the problem-solving techniques, and practical, hands-on lawyering skills and character development necessary for success in the workplace and in life.

Centrally located in Waco, Texas, in a beautiful facility on the banks of the Brazos River, Baylor Law is by choice one of the smallest law schools in the nation. Since 1857, Baylor Law combines theory with practice throughout the curriculum and cultivates a commitment to service and responsibility in the community.

Our unwavering dedication to professional excellence propels Baylor Lawyers to success in courtrooms, boardrooms, and communities all over the world.

A leading voice in the national conversation for legal education, Baylor Law continues to set the pace as one of the premiere teaching law schools for future practitioners. Check out the latest headlines highlighting Baylor Law, its alumni, faculty, staff, and students.

Taylor A. McConnell, JD ’19, Veteran and Mad Dog Competition Winner, Most Recent Student to Be Designated a Leadership Fellow at Baylor Law Aug. 21, 2019 Baylor Law School student, U.S. Army veteran, and Spring 2018 Mad Dog Competition Winner, Taylor A. McConnell, has been designated a Leadership Fellow 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. Baylor Law Again Ranks Highly in Law School Graduates Hiring Report Jul. 15, 2019 Baylor Law’s 2018 class ranks 21st in the nation for employment according to an analysis of American Bar Association (ABA) data by Almost 85% of the 2018 graduates from Baylor Law were employed in what is considered the "gold standard" category of positions requiring a bar license roughly 10 months after finishing their studies. Baylor Law mourns the passing of Legal Aid legend Bill Kimble (J.D. ’69) Jul. 9, 2019 William “Bill” Kimble of Waco, Texas, passed away on June 14th, 2019. He was born on September 14th, 1945, in Uvalde, Texas, to Gussie and Paul Kimble. He graduated from Baylor University with his Bachelor of Arts in 1967 and his Juris Doctor in 1969 and worked for more than 25 years at Lone Star Legal Aid, where he dedicated his life to providing legal representation, education, and advocacy to underserved communities in Texas.

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