So what is an LL.M. in Litigation Management, why does Baylor Law School have one, and why am I in it? The idea behind the program and my participation is that things can be done better in litigation—and I want to study how.
The program is the first of its kind in the nation. As one of its alumni, Amazon Risk Manager Aaron Mutnick puts it, the LL.M. in Litigation Management “enables lawyers to manage a team and lead their company or firm’s efforts to manage a high-volume, high-stakes docket.” To do this, the program seeks to do four things: