Baylor Law School is entitled to prescribe appropriate standards of conduct in addition to, and independent of, those prescribed by the University. As such, students are expected to conduct themselves in a professional, ethical, and moral manner at all times. The Law School reserves the right to place a student on probation, to suspend or expel a student from school, to withhold a degree from a student, or to take other appropriate action, if, in the opinion of the Dean or Associate Dean, the character or conduct of the student prevents, or will prevent, acceptable representation of Baylor Law School in light of the standards of the legal profession, Baylor Law School or Baylor University.
Law students, as students enrolled in Baylor University, also are subject to general University regulations, all of which can be found in the Baylor University Student Handbook and Student Policies and Procedures. No student may be admitted to or retained in the Law School who is excluded for disciplinary or other reasons from the University. The Baylor University Student Conduct Code and other student policies and procedures can be accessed on the Baylor University Student Student Policies and Procedures website.