H. Beau Baez
Beau Baez teaches in the areas of Torts, Business Associations, and Taxation. His primary research interest is law school pedagogy.
Professor Baez began his career as an attorney with the Multistate Tax Commission in Washington, DC. He is a pioneer in online legal education, teaching at the nation’s first Internet law school—Concord Law School—back in 2000. He has taught at several law schools, including Liberty, Charlotte, Purdue Global, and North Dakota.
Law Review Articles
- Law’s Failure to Keep Pace with Empirical Science: An Examination of Personality and Emotional Intelligence Testing in the Workplace, 41 Ohio N.U. L. Rev. (2014).
- Personality Tests in Employment Selection: Use With Caution, Cornell HR Rev., Jan. 2013.
- Taxing Internet Sales: Trying to Make a Two Thousand Year Old Jurisdiction Test Work in the Dot-Com Economy, 64 Tax Law. 807 (2011).
- Volunteers, Victims, and Vicarious Liability: Why Tort Law Should Recognize Altruism, 48 U. Louisville L. Rev. 221 (2009).
- The Rush to the Goblin Market: The Blurring of Quill’s Two Nexus Tests, 29 Seattle U. L. Rev. 581 (2006).
- Torts: Majority Rule Cases, Learn Law Better, 2015 (casebook).
- International Encyclopedia of Laws, Tort Law USA, Kluwer Law International, 2010, 2nd ed. 2013.
- Unauthorized Practice of Law: Are you Crossing the Line? Nat'l Ass'n of Tax Professionals J., Summer 2016.
- Book Review, The Laws of Late Medieval Italy (1000-1500) by Mario Ascheri. Sixteenth Century J., Winter 2015, at 1091.
- Book Review, Heresy Trials and English Women Writers, 1400–1670 by Genelle Gertz. Sixteenth Century J., Spring 2015, at 167.
- Reducing Student Anxiety Through Assessment Transparency, L. Tchr., Spring 2012, at 2.
- YouTube channel (https://youtube.com/LearnLawBetter) with over 100 episodes and 25,000 subscribers in over 150 countries.
- Law School Tips Blog (https://learnlawbetter.com/law-school-tips)
- Intentional Torts, Torts Audio Series, Learn Law Better (2015).
- Negligence, Torts Audio Series, Learn Law Better (2016).