Baylor Law School’s Professional Development Program
Baylor’s professional development seminars impart the practical skills of being a lawyer, including dealing with clients, ethical issues, law firm economics, billing and time management so students acquire business acumen and professionalism.
Utah Professor's Career a Model for Those Committed to Justice
Professor Mark Osleris one of the country’s most active advocates for criminal justice reform. He founded the nation’s first Federal Commutation Clinic, where he works alongside students to advocate for presidential pardons or commutations of sentences for federal prisoners.
BOSTON BUSINESS JOURNAL — Legendary NFL coach Bill Parcels was known for his one-liners when dealing with reporters, and one of his more memorable quotes — “You are what your record says you are” — is an apt way of summarizing the state of the local law schools sector. It’s a tough time, no way around….Read More
STAR TRIBUNE — Vershawn Young, a college professor from Canada, started his first day of law school on Monday. So did Dr. Brooke Baker, an anesthesiologist from New Mexico.Read More
DAILY PILOT — Jill Hiraizumi started her legal practice on a shoestring. The Whittier Law School graduate often delivered her estate planning advice across a client’s kitchen table.Read More