Ted Stalcup is a successful lawyer with an interest in pro bono work practicing in the San Francisco Bay Area. After graduating from a prestigious university in the Bay Area, Stalcup moved to Paradise, Nevada to attend the William S. Boyd School of Law, from which he graduated cum laude.
For Theodore Stalcup, the William S. Boyd School of Law provided the best education he could possibly have imagined. With a low student-to-faculty ratio and high-caliber professors and lawyers, the school helped foster a unique learning environment that’s focused on achieving results inside the courtroom.
Although the William S. Boyd School of Law is relatively new – it was founded in 1998 – it’s reputation is soaring. In 2011, U.S. News and World Report ranked the school as one of the top 100 law schools in the United States. Additional rankings for the school include:
- 4th best writing program
- 9th best dispute resolution program
- 12th best clinical program
- 26th best part-time law program
The law school also publishes the Nevada Law Journal, a fairly prestigious journal that has drawn top legal scholars, authors, and lawyers to its pages over the last five years. While the Nevada Law Journal draws authors to its page, the school’s faculty has written plenty of material that’s been published elsewhere over the last fourteen years. Boyd School of Law faculty members have published 48 books (with 13 more in the works), 28 book chapters, more than 189 law review and scholarly articles, and much more.
In addition to offering a great education, the Boyd School of Law prepared Ted Stalcup for his own legal career. Immediately after graduating cum laude, Theodore Stalcup was hired to serve the Honorable Nancy Saitta as a law clerk in the Supreme Court of the State of Nevada.