Jeremy Counseller, professor of law at Baylor University, will present "The Challenges of Cross-Border Litigation in a World without Economic Borders" at 4 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19, in the Draper Academic Building on Baylor's campus.
Baylor Law School's Public Interest Legal Society is postponing its golf tournament, originally scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 15, but will hold its National Adoption Day event as planned on Nov. 20. The tournament will be re-scheduled in the spring.
Marijuana may be the most popular illegal drug of choice, and heroin may be the most damaging drug an individual can use, but it is crack cocaine that has changed the world as Americans know it. That's the finding of Baylor law professor Mark Osler who has spent more than a decade studying, testifying on and arguing cases about sentencing crack cocaine offenders. Osler has been invited to share his expertise at Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., Monday, Nov. 16, at 6 p.m.
Baylor Law's Fall Commencement exercises were held Nov. 7, 2009, in Miller Chapel on the Baylor University campus. Professor Jeremy Counseller addressed the 12 graduates. Hooding the graduates were David M. Guinn, the Lyndon L. Olson and William A. Olson Professor of Local Government and Constitutional Law and Master Teacher, and James Wren, assistant professor of law.
Baylor University Law Professor Jeremy Counseller will deliver the keynote address at Baylor Law School's commencement exercises at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, at Miller Chapel. Additionally, Philip Haines, the highest ranking student in the commencement class, will deliver remarks. Baylor Interim President David Garland also will participate in the program and will award juris doctor degrees to 12 graduates.