Born in Fairfield, Illinois, Ms. Rhodes is married to Casey Rhodes, also a Texas A&M graduate, and they have two children. Ms. Rhodes enjoys travel, reading, trying new recipes, hiking, and running. The Rhodes are members of Christ United Methodist Church in College Station.
Baili joined West, Webb, Allbritton & Gentry, P.C., as an associate in 2008. She represents clients in employment, corporate, and real estate transactions. Baili is a former President of the Texas Young Lawyers Association. As a TYLA officer and director, Rhodes served as co-chair and vice chair of the Law Focused Education and Family Law Committees, and Vice Chair of the Community Education and National Trial Competition Committees. She has worked on many TYLA projects, including Teach Safe. Learn Safe. Be Safe., Spanish for Lawyers, Natural Disaster Resource Kits, Free from Violence, BSAFE , What Do Lawyers Do?, Breathe Free: A Guide to Immigration, The Texas Attorney General: What They Can Do for You, and What to Do When They Call, and as contributing editor for E-News and the Lawyers Who Lunch blog.
After spending 12 years in litigation, Baili now utilizes that experience to serve clients and help them to avoid, or at least understand the risks in disputes.