Beau Baez

Professor of Law

BS and BA, Liberty University
JD and LLM, Georgetown University

State Bar Membership

District of Columbia (active) & Virginia (associate)

About The Professor

Professor Baez began his teaching career at Concord in 2000, and has also taught at Liberty University School of Law and Charlotte School of Law. Prior to beginning his teaching career, Baez was an attorney with the Multistate Tax Commission, where he specialized in commerce clause and due process clause nexus issues. He has been awarded the Best Teacher of the Year award at both Concord Law School and Liberty University.


Torts: Majority Rule Cases, Learn Law Better, 2015 (casebook)
International Encyclopedia of Laws, Tort Law USA, Kluwers Law International, Second Editionn, 2013 (175-page monograph on tort law in the United States)
Law’s Failure to Keep Pace with Empirical Science: An Examination of Personality and Emotional Intelligence Testing in the Workplace, Ohio Northern Law Review, 2014 (Lead Article)
Personality Tests in Employment Selection: Use With Caution, Cornell HR Review, January 2013
Taxing Internet Sales: Trying to Make a Two-Thousand-Year-Old Jurisdiction Test Work in the Dot-Com Economy, The Tax Lawyer, 2011 (peer-reviewed journal published jointly by Georgetown Law and the American Bar Association)


Introduction to Legal Analysis; Torts, Contracts, Criminal Law; Civil Procedure; Criminal Procedure