Baylor University Law


Long before law schools across the country adopted the term “practice-ready,” Baylor Law led the nation in equipping students with the combination of analytical, problem-solving, and professional skills to prepare them for the practice of law.

A leading voice in the national conversation for legal education, Baylor Law, continues to set the pace as one of the premier teaching law schools for future practitioners. Today, the school ranks 2nd in the nation in Advocacy by U.S. News & World Report, number one in the percentage of Super Lawyers by the National Jurist, and every year sees its students achieve one of the highest bar passage rates in America. Baylor’s rigorous program produces outstanding lawyers–one reason why courts, businesses, government agencies, and communities recognize Baylor Law graduates as having the real-world skills necessary to make an immediate difference in the lives of the people they serve. And why law firms looking to recruit young lawyers with the preparation, poise, and proficiency to hit the ground running hire graduates of Baylor Law.

In the context of a Christian commitment, Baylor Law School strives to integrate excellence in teaching and scholarship to develop lawyers who can practice law with competence, serve with compassion, and provide effective and ethical leadership.

Baylor Law endeavours to provide students with the education and training necessary to attain the knowledge, skills, professional values, and ethical direction required for admission to the bar and the immediate, effective practice within an honourable profession.

Consistent with this mission, Baylor Law expects each student to possess, or have the ability to acquire, the skills and abilities listed below before earning a Juris Doctor degree.



South University Parks Drive,1114
76706 Waco, Texas, USA

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