Welcome to the leading edge of litigation management.

Welcome to the first LL.M. in Litigation Management program in the nation—designed exclusively for lawyers who aspire to direct effective litigation strategy, control electronic discovery, leverage technology, manage a team, and lead their company's or firm’s efforts to manage a high-volume, high-stakes docket. The first program that develops and hones the very legal-specific strategic, analytical, business and cost management skills in highest demand from today’s corporate clients, and the law firms that serve them. The first program taught by the top litigation management experts in the county—trailblazing attorneys, renowned judges, and national thought leaders—whose insights and experiences deliver tangible, real-world solutions to litigation’s most critical and costly issues. The first program that innovatively combines flexible online and in-person learning to allow working attorneys to continue practice while earning their advanced degree—enabling them to simultaneously expand their skillset, increase their value, grow their network, and accelerate their careers.

Welcome to the Executive LL.M. in Litigation Management from Baylor Law.

*NEW Watch Our Archived Informational Webinar: Overview of Program Candidates from April 2019!

Baylor Law professors, Elizabeth Fraley and Jim Wren will share details on the Executive LL.M. in Litigation Management and insight from the inaugural 2018 class.

Watch Our Archived E-Discovery Webinar

Hear from Baylor Law faculty member and e-discovery expert, Christopher M. Schultz, as he presents a free, one-hour E-Discovery Day webinar: “E-Discovery 101: State of the Art & Best Practices”

Watch Our Archived Informational Webinar: Overview of the Program

Hear from Baylor Law faculty members, Jim Wren and Elizabeth Fraley, as they share more information about the LL.M. program:

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"To reach port we must sail, sometimes with the wind, and sometimes against it.

But we must not drift or lie at anchor."

-Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.
Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court


Baylor Law is now accepting applications for the class starting in Fall, 2019.

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