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Jeffrey R. Baker, J.D.
Director of Clinical Education and Associate Clinical Professor of Law

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  • J.D., Vanderbilt University, 2000
  • B.A., Harding University, 1997, magna cum laude

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Professor Baker is an Associate Clinical Professor of Law and is the School of Law's Director of Clinical Education. He joined the law faculty in 2013 where he teaches and directs the Community Justice Clinic, directs the school's programs of experiential education and teaches other courses, including Lawyering Process and Negotiation.

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  • Jeffrey R. Baker, The Failure and Promise of Common Law Equity in Domestic Abuse Cases, 58 LOYOLA L.REV. 559 (2012) SSRN
  • Jeffrey R. Baker, Trifling Violence: The U.S. Supreme Court, Domestic Violence and a Theory of Love, 42 CUMB. L. REV. 65 (2012) (also presented at the 2014 Nootbaar Institute Annual Conference, Pepperdine Univ. and at the 2011 Journal of Faith & the Academy Conference, Faulkner Univ.) SSRN
  • Jeffrey R. Baker, Necessary Third Parties: Multidisciplinary Collaboration and Inadequate Professional Privileges in Domestic Violence Practice, 21 COLUM. J. GENDER & L. 283 (2011) SSRN
  • Jeffrey R. Baker, Whom Would Jesus Cover? A Biblical, Ethical Lens for the Contemporary American Health Care Debate, 23 J.L. & HEALTH 1 (2010) (Cleveland State Univ. Cleveland-Marshall College of Law) (also presented at the 2008 Christian Scholars Conference, Lipscomb Univ.) SSRN
  • Jeffrey R. Baker, Enjoining Coercion: Squaring Civil Protection Orders with the Reality of Domestic Abuse, 11 J. L. & FAM. STUD. 35 (2008) (Univ. of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law) SSRN
  • Jeffrey R. Baker, Teaching Troublemakers: Experiential Learning in Christian Higher Education, 1 J. FAITH & ACAD. 61 (2008) (Faulkner Univ., Institute of Faith and the Academy)(also presented at 2008 Christian Scholars Conference, Lipscomb Univ.) SSRN

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