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Baylor Law Goes to the Dogs

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Here’s a great story from Waco.

When Amy Jones received her law degree from Baylor University, her playful service dog, Skeeter, got the same honor. As Jones got her juris doctor on Saturday, Skeeter received an honorary law degree. “Amy has busted through brick walls, and Skeeter has been faithfully by her side every step of the way,” law school Dean Brad Toben said. “Skeeter has become a part of our community and part of our family here at the law school.”

Though I feel sorry for Skeeter if he has to sit through the bar as well.

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  1. [...] Luke at The Blawgraphy also points out that Baylor Law School recently bestowed an honorary degree on a canine. [...]

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