Christopher M. Schultz serves as an Adjunct Professor in Baylor Law’s Executive LL.M. Program
in Litigation Management, the first program of its kind designed for lawyers who aspire to
direct effective litigation strategy, control eDiscovery, leverage technology, manage a team, and
lead a high-stakes docket.
Chris previously spent nearly two decades as a commercial and intellectual property litigator
with Perkins Coie LLP, an AmLaw 50 firm where he founded and co-chaired one of the first
eDiscovery legal practice groups in the country. Thereafter, he served as Executive Vice
President and General Counsel of Level 2 Legal Solutions, where he helped coordinate the
firm’s managed review and corporate compliance matters and led engagement teams assisting
clients with eDiscovery and litigation readiness projects.
An avid sportsman and chess player, Chris practices with the advice of Benjamin Franklin top of
mind: an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Throughout his career, he has worked
to anticipate and advise clients on the risks facing them in today’s complex legal landscape so
they can achieve their greatest success.