Rachel Little became the Reference Librarian for the Baylor Law Library in June 2010. Rachel is responsible for providing research and reference services to the faculty and students of the Law School, the University, the legal community, and the general public.
Aaron von Flatern, a 3L at Baylor Law School, attended the Administrative Law Conference of the American Bar Association in San Francisco. The section organizers contacted Flatern to write a brief article about benefits students receive from section membership and by participating in the section events. The article will be published in the "Adlaw News Express" newsletter.
For the seventh year, the Texas District and County Attorneys Association (TDCAA) held its advanced trial advocacy skills course at Baylor Law School. Beginning Monday, Aug. 9, 42 participants gathered at the law school to attend lectures and work on their courtroom skills. The course ended at noon Friday, Aug. 13.
We are all immigrants. As each wave of migrants arrives in our great country, assimilation is hard, both for them and for us. Their culture is different. Their language is unfamiliar. Their habits are strange. Yet assimilation occurs, usually in one generation. They become us.
Baylor University Law School held its summer commencement ceremony Saturday, July 31, in Jones Concert Hall at the Glennis McCrary Music Building on the Baylor campus. The Honorable Ed Kinkeade, United States District Court Judge for the Northern District of Texas served as keynote speaker. Additionally, Terah Moxley, the highest-ranking student in the graduating class, delivered student remarks.
Abilene Reporter-News, Aug. 2, 2010 (Former State Rep. Joseph Lynn Nabers earned his JD from Baylor Law School in 1967) Former State Rep. Joseph Lynn Nabers, who died Saturday in Austin, will long be remembered for his sponsorship of the Tuition Equalization Grant program that assists students at private universities.
ESPN, July 30, 2010 (Baylor Law professor and faculty athletics representative Mike Rogers, who chairs the NCAA's Amateurism Cabinet, is quoted in this article about agents' interaction with student-athletes) The NCAA Amateurism Cabinet has begun looking at ways NCAA athletes could have contact with agents and retain their eligibility, but no timetable has been set for any new rules to be put into effect.