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Baili practices law at the College Station law firm West, Webb, Allbritton & Gentry, P.C., where she practices civil litigation, primarily family law and employment/higher education law. Baili’s practice involves litigation, administrative proceedings, settlement negotiations and appellate work.

Baili is a first generation lawyer. She decided to become a lawyer because it was a career that combined her love for learning with her desire to serve others. Baili and her husband, Casey, met in high school, attended Texas A&M together and have returned to College Station to raise their family. They recently celebrated their 10-year wedding anniversary. When not spending time with Casey and their two children, Cooper and Stella, Baili loves to read, hike, cook and run (she recently completed her 10th marathon).

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A Letter From Baili

It is a tremendous honor to be a candidate for President-Elect of the Texas Young Lawyers Association (TYLA).

During my tenure as a Director, I have been impressed with the impact of TYLA’s projects on the diverse group of citizens across Texas. If elected, I will strive to continue the tradition of great service across the state.

In the next few weeks, I will be traveling across the state to meet with diverse groups of young lawyers. I look forward to hearing from each of you regarding how TYLA can better serve you and your community. I am passionate about ensuring that TYLA continues to provide relevant, quality outreach programs, and your input is vital in doing so.

My years of experience in Bar leadership have given me the skills and practical experience necessary to further the goals of TYLA and make it even more beneficial to young lawyers across the state. It would be an honor to serve as your TYLA President. Your support and vote are greatly appreciated.

Vision

  • Develop tools to provide young lawyers assistance in developing business, forming networking relationships and jump starting their practices after law school.
  • Create resources to inform members of the public of their legal rights and duties in various situations.
  • Work with primary and secondary schools to identify needs in the education system and, based on those needs, develop projects to benefit teachers and students.
  • Provide opportunities for young lawyers and encourage them to participate in service to their communities.
  • Work with local affiliates to encourage young lawyers to participate in bar activities at a local level.

Leadership

Executive and Board Leadership

  • Vice President 2015-2016
  • Secretary 2014-2015
  • Director, District 2 2012-2016
  • Executive Committee Advisor
    (Diversity, Public Service)
  • Committee Co-Chair
    (Law Focused Education, Family Law)
  • Committee Vice-Chair
    (Family Law, Law Focused Education, National Trial Competition)
  • President’s Award of Merit 2014
  • Long Range Planning Committee

Assisted with the development and production of:

  • Texas Attorney General Guide (Author)
  • Educating Educators
  • BSAFE
  • Breathe Free
  • Ten Minute Mentor
  • If I Knew Then
  • Hiring an Employee with a Record
  • Hiring a Household Employee
  • Lawyers who Lunch Blog
  • Junior Judges

Additional Bar Leadership:

  • Director, Brazos Valley Young Lawyers
  • Secretary, Brazos Valley Young Lawyers
  • Brazos County Bar Association
  • Texas Bar Foundation
  • Texas Bar College
  • Texas Aggie Bar Association
  • State Bar of Texas

Education

  • Baylor Law School, J.D., 2008
  • Texas A&M University, B.A.
    Speech Communications, Cum Laude, 2005

Community Involvement

  • Junior League
    Member, 2014-Present
    Board of Directors 2016-2018
  • Brazos Valley A&M Club
  • Christ United Methodist Church

The views expressed in this website are not necessarily those of the Texas Young Lawyers Association, its Board of Directors, Executive Committee, or staff.

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