Baylor Law School's interscholastic moot court program has been ranked the fifth best in the United States and will take part in the Andrews Kurth Moot Court National Championship in Houston in January 2013. Only the top 16 schools in the country compete in the national championship, which is sponsored by Andrews Kurth and the University of Houston Law Center.
The Baylor Law team of Morgan Harkins, Taylor Romero, and Allison Rasnick captured the title at the recent TYLA Moot Court Competition in Houston. The team was coached by Kathy Serr, coordinator of the Baylor Law advocacy program. Additionally, Harkins was named the 2nd Best Speaker while Romero was named 3rd Best Speaker. Allison Rasnick was the team brief writer.
Waco, Texas (June 21, 2012) - In April 1912, the RMS Titanic sank in the North Atlantic, which resulted in the loss of more than 1,500 lives. Students from Baylor University Law School will try to prove there was negligence in this maritime disaster during their upcoming "Big Trial" court program.
WACO, Texas (June 20, 2012) -Baylor University has created the iCivics Summer Fellowship program sending a professor and two students to Washington, D.C. this week to work with the iCivics national team.
Baylor Law students, staff and faculty love dogs. After all, this is the school that awarded a "Juris Dog-tor" to Skeeter, the lovable Labrador and service animal for alumna Amy Jones. So it was only natural that all took the legal beagle under their collective wing.