Professor of Lawyering Skills
Director, Global Lawyering Skills Program
Co-Director of the Center for Advocacy and Dispute Resolution
B.A., Oberlin College
J.D., Case Western Reserve University
"Nothing makes me happier than when I hear from a student or recent graduate who has found her or his niche in the legal community and is out using the skills they learned in my classes to solve legal problems. I love that as a professor I get to have a role in supporting people at a critical juncture in their professional, and often personal, journey to a satisfying career." — Professor Mary-Beth Moylan
NEWS: Mary-Beth Moylan was interviewed on Capital Public Radio's Insight program on Oct. 20, 2016 about conflicting propositions on the November ballot. Listen.
Professor Mary-Beth Moylan is the Director of Global Lawyering Skills ("GLS"), the nationally recognized, required two-year skills program that introduces students to a broad range of core lawyering skills that include, legal research, writing, and oral advocacy, as well as client interviewing, client counseling, negotiation, and drafting. Professor Moylan is also the co-author of Global Lawyering Skills (West 2013), a legal skills textbook that is unique in the market for its focus on cross-border and cross-cultural considerations in lawyering skills and practice. In addition to her responsibilities directing, writing, and teaching in the GLS program, Professor is also the co-director of the Advocacy and Dispute Resolution Center. In this capacity, she has the chance to bring advocacy programming to McGeorge, including the annual Lou Ashe Distinguished Lecture Series, and support our outstanding advocacy competition teams for mock trial and moot court. Professor Moylan frequently serves as a coach to at least one moot court team.
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