Lincoln Floyd is a litigation attorney with experience in railroad, personal injury, wrongful death, catastrophic injury, toxic exposure, breach of contract, and other areas of general litigation.
Prior to practicing law, Lincoln worked with several non-profits to develop and execute successful fundraising programs. He has experience negotiating partnerships with organizations of all sizes and industries. While attending Baylor Law School, he was a member of two national moot court teams, served as an Articles Editor for the Baylor Law Review, and volunteered with the veteran’s volunteer law clinic.
- J.D., 2019 – Baylor University School of Law
Baylor Law Review
Order of the Barristers
National Criminal Procedure Moot Court Team
National Moot Court Competition in Child Welfare and Adoption Team
- B.A., 2011 – Texas Tech University
Major – Communication Studies
- Loy M. Simpkins Memorial Award – High A, Trusts and Estates – Baylor Law School
- William J. Boswell Memorial Award – High A, Torts II – Baylor Law School
- Joseph M. Pritchard Inn Scholarship Recipient – Texas Young Lawyers Association
- Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Section of the State Bar Scholarship Recipient – State Bar of Texas