The Baylor Law Executive LL.M. in Litigation Management admissions team provides candidates with the help they need to get registered, get acclimated, and get started. Baylor Law is now accepting applications for the 2022-2023 cohorts to begin in either Spring 2022 or Fall 2022.
Requirements to apply for admission:
To meet the needs of busy professionals, we offer a fast, simple, and no-cost admission process. To get started please complete this short application form and submit:
- An updated resume or LinkedIn profile in Word or PDF format. Please be sure to include all jurisdictions in which you are licensed.
- A statement of interest (approximately one-page long) in Word or PDF format. Consider the following when writing your statement:
- Share with us the reasons you are interested in Executive LL.M. in Litigation Management.
- How does this program fit you professionally and what goals do you want to accomplish?
- What perspective would you bring to the program?
Upon receipt of these items, we will set up a 30-minute phone conversation/interview with the LL.M. leadership committee. You will receive an admission decision within two weeks of your interview. You will simultaneously be considered for scholarship and, if admitted, will receive that information with your offer of admission.
If you are admitted, our Director of Admissions, Katherine Sims, will reach out to you to discuss next steps, such as a seat deposit, getting set up in Baylor University systems, and financing.
*Please note, this is not an LL.M. to obtain US Licensing.
For questions about admissions or for additional help with the application process, please see the FAQ section of this website or contact our admissions team:
|GENERAL INQUIRIES||FINANCIAL AID INQUIRIES|
|Kyle Dreyer||Katherine Sims|
|Executive Program Coordinator||Director of Admissions and Financial Aid|
Senior Attorney and
OGE Energy Corp.
Executive LL.M. Graduate
“This program allowed me to immerse myself with lawyers from the other side of the courtroom. Learning how each other thinks, looks at cases, and approaches their practice has been extremely eye-opening and has made me a more effective advocate for my clients.”