It has become a tradition for a Baylor Law team to stand in the winner's circle at the Mack Kidd Administrative Law Moot Court Competition, and this year was no exception. For the sixth year in a row, Baylor Law took first place at the competition, which was held in Austin Oct. 22-23.
A Baylor Law moot court team won the Emory Civil Rights-Liberties Moot Court Competition last weekend in Atlanta. The team of Sarah Scott, Saba Syed, Anna Williams defeated SMU in the final round to claim the win for Baylor.
Baylor Law students filled the Kronzer Courtroom on Tuesday, Oct. 4, to listen to a debate on a topic wrestle with by churches, states and courts across the U.S. The Baylor American Constitution Society and the Federalist Society, both new student organizations, hosted "A Debate on the Definition of Marriage," with Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, founder and president of the Ruth Institute, and Manuel Quinto-Pozos, former staff attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union, speaking. Baylor Law Dean Brad Toben served as moderator.
Finalists in Baylor Law School's annual Dawson & Sodd P.C. Moot Court Competition demonstrated their courtroom skills before a distinguished panel of judges and a large audience on Monday, Oct. 3, at the James Kronzer Appellate Advocacy Courtroom. When the judges returned their decision, the team of Jason Fenton and Tim Keane emerged as the winner over the team of Andrea Whalen and Tiffany Terndrup.