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Archived News – August 2012

Aug
29
2012
For the ninth year, the Texas District and County Attorneys Association (TDCAA) held its advanced trial advocacy skills course at Baylor Law School. Beginning Aug. 6, as many as 37 participants gathered at the law school to attend lectures and work on their courtroom skills. The course ended at noon Friday, Aug. 10.
Aug
28
2012
Baylor Law School welcomes fall 2012 entering class
Baylor Law School welcomed 64 new students to its fall 2012 entering class during orientation, Aug. 23-24.
Aug
24
2012

The Texas Access to Justice Foundation (TAJF) has announced grants to 11 nonprofit organizations - including Baylor Law School - that will help fund legal aid services for Texas veterans. With these grants, public interest and pro bono lawyers will be able to provide legal representation to low-income Texas veterans with basic civil legal problems such as denial of benefits or disability, family law matters arising from deployment and other issues that may arise due to a veteran's absence from home during military service.

Aug
21
2012
Daniel Hare, a 2009 alumnus of Baylor Law School, has been named the law school's Director of Career Development -- Employment Relations in the Office of Career Development. As Director of Career Development, Hare will work with Angela Cruseturner, Assistant Dean of Career Development, to recruit, develop and maintain relationships with legal employers.
Aug
8
2012

Baylor Law alumnus Matt Morrison, a partner at the Waco firm of Harrison Davis Steakley Morrison, P.C., received the F. Scott Baldwin Most Outstanding Young Trial Lawyer Award by the American Association for Justice (AAJ) at its annual convention in Chicago, Illinois on July 30, 2012. Jackalyn Olinger, the 2011-12 Chair of the New Lawyers Division of the AAJ, presented the award to Morrison.

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