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Archived News – February 2012

Feb
27
2012
A team from Baylor Law School took first place at the recent Transactional Law Meet Midwest Regional and qualified for the national competition. Not bad, considering it was the first time Baylor Law had sent a team to the meet.
Feb
22
2012
The Baylor Law team of Rachel Skinner and Derik Scott were declared the winners of the National Security Law Moot Court Competition on Monday, Feb. 20.
Feb
17
2012
Baylor Law Professor Tom Featherston, the Mills Cox Professor of Law, will present "Marital Property Characterization and Reimbursement and Fraud on the Community" on Friday, Feb. 24.
Feb
14
2012
Two Baylor Law School mock trial teams will compete in the National Trial Competition finals after an undefeated run at the regional competition in Dallas.
Feb
13
2012
Baylor Law School's annual Environmental Forum will focus on Texas Water Law and the Drought. This year's speakers include Carlos Rubenstein, commissioner of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), and Lyn Clancy, an attorney with the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA). The forum will begin at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15, in room 127 at Baylor Law School.
Feb
9
2012
Baylor Law alumnus Takashi Kitaoka turned 100 on Feb. 1. Kitaoka, who was the first Maui-born circuit court judge with jurisdiction over Maui, Molokai and Lanai, lives in Honolulu and received his LL.B. from Baylor Law in 1940.
Feb
9
2012
(From the Abnormal Use products liability blog) As you know, we here at Abnormal Use often pause to reflect upon sentimental anniversaries. We can't help it.

Today, we offer this piece on the tenth anniversary of my graduation from Baylor Law School.
Feb
7
2012
Baylor Law School has selected Austin attorney Steve McConnico as its 2011 Baylor Lawyer of the Year. McConnico was honored at a in February in Austin.
Feb
6
2012
Baylor Law School held its winter commencement on Feb. 4, 2012, at First Baptist Church, Waco. Professor Matt Cordon delivered a fabulous commencement speech. Dustin Troy Lucas, the highest ranking student in the graduating class, delivered student remarks. Hooding the graduates were David Guinn, Master Teacher and the Lyndon L. Olson and William A. Olson Professor of Local Government and Constitutional Law, and James Wren, associate professor of law. Brittney Denise Johnson, who receiveed her law degree during commencement, delivered the invocation.
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