Baylor has many accomplishments that distinguish him in the legal field.
The Baylor Law Review
While a student at Baylor Law School, he was invited to join the Baylor Law Review after winning the law review write-on competition. He later served as a Senior Editor to the law review, holding the position of Technology Editor.
Not long after moving to Beaumont, Baylor became active in the Jefferson County Young Lawyer’s Association. In 2010, he was appointed to the Board of Directors for the Texas Young Lawyer’s Association, where he continues to serve today.
Projects of Merit
Over the course of his tenure on the TYLA board, Baylor co-chaired several ground breaking projects including:
- Slavery out of the Shadows, a Spotlight on Human Trafficking
- Bigger than Bullies
- …And Justice for All – Preventing Wrongful Convictions Through Education
Baylor has also authored over half a dozen Bar publications including:
- “Employer’s Guide to Hiring an Employee with a Record”
- “Hiring a Non-Citizen Household Staff”
- “Understanding Employment Contracts in Texas”
- “Criminal Law 101: An Overview of the Federal Criminal Process”
- “Answering the Call: Responding to a Texas Criminal Subpoena”
- Co-authored “Breathe Free – A Guide to Immigration”