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Located in Waco, Texas, on the banks of the Brazos River, Baylor Law is, by choice, one of the smallest law schools in the nation.

Since 1857, Baylor Law’s unique program has combined theory with practice throughout the curriculum, all while cultivating a deep commitment to service and social responsibility.

Baylor Law is known for equipping students with the problem-solving techniques, practical, hands-on lawyering skills, and character development essential for success in the workplace and in life.

It’s the unwavering dedication to professional excellence that propels Baylor Lawyers to excel in courtrooms, boardrooms, and communities all over the world.

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The Baylor Law – Summer and Fall 2024 Student Bar Association Officers

Baylor Law students recently elected new officers and class representatives for the Student Bar Association (SBA). The SBA serves as the student government for the law school, representing the entire student body and acting as their collective voice. 

Baylor Law wins the 2024 American Association for Justice National Championship

Baylor Law’s advocacy team secured the title of National Champions at the 2024 American Association for Justice’s Student Trial Advocacy Competition in Chicago. The team of Ameyali Sanchez, Duncan Robinson, Anderson Tittle, and Robby Holland, guided by coaches David Deaconson, Mason Dunnam, and Claire Harbert, defeated returning champions from UCLA School of Law in the final round to take home the 2024 title. 

Baylor University Recognizes Professor Jessica Asbridge for Outstanding Teaching Among Tenure-Track Faculty

Associate Professor of Law Jessica Asbridge has been honored by Baylor University with its 2023-2024 Award for Outstanding Teaching Among Tenure-Track Faculty. Every year, Baylor University honors 12 distinguished faculty members with its prestigious Outstanding Faculty Awards. 

Baylor Law Moot Court Teams Named ‘Most Outstanding Law School’ at the 2024 John R. Brown National Admiralty Law Moot Court Competition

Two Baylor Law Moot Court teams excelled at the 31st Annual Judge John R. Brown Admiralty Law Competition hosted in Seattle from April 11-13, 2024. Competing against 32 teams nationwide, Baylor Law’s representatives clinched the prestigious Oar Trophy for Most Outstanding Law School for the second time in four years. 

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