Baudouin, Francois a French theologian and lawyer, was born at Arras, Jan. 1, 1520, and taught law successively at Strasburg and Heidelberg. He was the orator of Antony of Bourbon at the Council of Trent. He died at Paris, Nov. 3, 1573, leaving some historical and literary works, especially on Roman jurisprudence. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.