Former FBI Director to Speak at Baylor Reunion Feb. 7

Jan. 27, 1998

by Alan Hunt

Former FBI Director William S. Sessions will be the keynote speaker at a Baylor University School of Law reunion at the Waco Convention Center on Saturday, Feb. 7.

The reunion, hosted by the Baylor Law Alumni Association, is for law school alumni who graduated in years ending in 2, 3, 7, and 8. The program will begin at 6:30 p.m. with a reception, followed by dinner at 7:30 p.m. in the Texas Room at the convention center.

Sessions, who graduated from Baylor Law School in 1958, is also a former U.S. District Court Judge. From 1959 until the summer of 1969, he practiced law in Waco, where he was a partner of the law firm of Haley, Fulbright, Winneford, Sessions & Bice.

In 1987, President Ronald Reagan appointed Sessions the fourth director of the FBI. He served as head of the Bureau until the end of summer 1993. He currently practices law with his son, Lewis, in San Antonio.

Sessions has received numerous honors and awards during his legal career. He was named Baylor Lawyer of the Year and also received the Baylor Distinguished Alumni Award.

For more information, contact the law school at 710-1911.

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