Baylor Law LLM Litigation Management Apply

The Baylor Law Executive LL.M. in Litigation Management admissions team provides candidates with the help they need to get registered, get acclimated, and get started. Baylor Law is now accepting applications for the 2021-2022 cohorts to begin in either Fall 2021 or Spring 2022.

 

Baylor Law LLM Litigation Management Apply

 

 

 

Requirements to apply for conditional admission:

  1. Resume and/or link to LinkedIn profile;
  2. One-page statement of interest answering one or more of the following questions:
    1. Why are you interested in the program?
    2. How does this program fit your career path and what goals do you want to accomplish?
    3. What perspective would you bring to the program?

Upon receipt of these items, we will schedule a 30-minute phone interview with the LL.M. leadership team. You will receive your admission decision within two weeks of your interview.

If offered Conditional Admission, you will be required to complete your full LSAC eApplication. This is required for you to be put into necessary Baylor University systems as a student.

 

Baylor Law LLM Litigation Management LSAC Application

 

 

 

The link above will direct you to the official Baylor Law LL.M. in Executive Management application.

*Please note, this is not an LL.M. to obtain US Licensing.

 

For questions about admissions or for additional help with the application process, please see the FAQ section of this website or contact our admissions team:

GENERAL INQUIRIES

Whitney McDougall, LL.M. Candidates Liaison
info@llm.baylor.edu
254-271-0454

FINANCIAL AID INQUIRIES

Katherine Sims, Director of Admissions and Financial Aid
Katherine_Sims@baylor.edu
254-710-3239


 
Baylor Law LLM Litigation Management Stephanie Spivey


STEPHANIE SPIVEY

Lead Counsel, WALMART INC.
Executive LL.M. Graduate

Baylor Law LLM Litigation Management quote

“This program has afforded me the opportunity to continue to be a value-add to my organization by identifying and developing solutions to address potential issues facing legal departments today.”