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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 or firm’s efforts to manage a high-volume, high-stakes docket.

The viability of our American justice and jury system is diminishing because litigants increasingly believe they cannot access it or afford it. Preserving our vital 7th Amendment right requires that litigation be managed effectively and efficiently to achieve both access and excellence.

Baylor Law’s Executive LL.M. in Litigation Management innovatively combines flexible online and in-person learning allowing 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. The curriculum develops and hones the very legal-specific strategic, analytical, business, and cost management skills today’s corporate clients and the law firms that serve them demand.

The program is taught by the top litigation management experts in the country — 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.

Baylor Law is now accepting applications for the cohorts starting in Spring 2022 or Fall 2022. Our admissions team is available to answer questions, call 254-271-0454.

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Litigation Management

Baylor Law LLM Litigation Management Emily Knott


Senior Counsel, Deere & Co.
Executive LL.M. Graduate

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“The LL.M. program’s diverse faculty and candidate pool provide for a peek behind the proverbial curtain. I obtained a better understanding of how and why other litigation players (plaintiffs, outside counsel, insurers, judges) prepare cases the way they do and make the decisions they make. These insights allow me to do my job better on a daily basis.”