With a population of more than 120,000, the Central Texas city of Waco is the 26th-largest city in Texas. The city was founded in 1849 on the site of an ancient agricultural village of Waco Indians on the banks of the Brazos River. The city prospered in the 1800s and served as a catalyst for the development of the Chisholm Trail and as a major area for cotton production.
Baylor University moved to Waco from Independence, Texas
, in 1887 and remains the largest Baptist university in the world and the largest private university in Texas. Today, Waco is home to Baylor, McLennan Community College, and Texas State Technical College. The city has a revitalized downtown district and is thriving economically. Waco also offers 13 major attractions, five historic homes, seven recreational venues, and nine arts organizations staging theatrical and musical productions as well as art exhibitions. Top attractions include the Cameron Park Zoo, Texas State Hall of Fame, and Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum.
Baylor has a reputation for equipping its graduates to practice law ethically and effectively. This is one of the cornerstones of acquiring an education at Baylor Law School. Students are trained and mentored in all facets of law, including theoretical analysis, practical application, legal writing, advocacy, professional responsibility, and negotiation and counseling skills.
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