Getting to Know Lexie Ammons
My favorite thing about Baylor Law is the relationships I have made. Not only the relationships with my fellow peers, but the relationships with my professors. Professors at Baylor Law genuinely care about each student and are dedicated to seeing each student thrive. I have loved getting to know my professors, especially though moot court and mock trial teams.
After graduation, I will spend a year clerking for Judge Hanen at the United States District Court Southern District of Texas. I am confident that my clerkship will help refine my writing and research skills to prepare me to be a successful litigator. After my clerkship, I will be working at Baker Botts in the litigation section.
Law school can be stressful, so it’s important to balance that stress with activities that relax you. For me, that includes hanging out with my friends, walking around the Brazos River, and getting a cheeseburger at George’s.
Law school is a learning process. It is completely different than undergrad, but that’s okay because no one knows what he/she is doing at first! So, be confident in yourself- you’re going to figure it out!