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Mary-Beth Moylan

Professor Mary-Beth Moylan

McGeorge Congratulates a Leader in Legal Education

September 30, 2014

Tags: Advocacy Center, Faculty & Scholarship, 2014, News

At the cross-section of leadership, skills, and civic involvement, McGeorge Global Lawyering Skills Director Mary-Beth Moylan exemplifies tireless dedication to the advancement of legal education. In August 2014, Professor Moylan became the President of the Association of Legal Writing Directors (ALWD), and in August 2015 she became Immediate Past President. Please join us in congratulating her.

Other recent accomplishments by Professor Moylan include:

  • Co-Director, McGeorge Center for Advocacy and Dispute Resolution 
  • Outgoing Co-Editor, The Second Draft: The Official Magazine of the Legal Writing Institute
  • Co-Author, Global Lawyering Skills
  • Panelist for the 40th Anniversary of the Fair Political Practices Commission Symposium 
  • Creator and Coordinator of the California Initiative Forum 
  • Board Member, National Women's Hall of Fame

Global Lawyering Skills was published by West on May 29, 2013. The textbook is intended for use in legal research and writing classes, although it includes chapters outside the traditional legal research and writing curriculum including chapters on client interviewing, client counseling, international and transnational research, alternative dispute resolution, and includes cross-cultural considerations in most of the chapters.

ALWD is a non-profit professional association of directors of legal reasoning, research, writing, analysis, and advocacy programs from law schools throughout the United States, Canada and Australia. ALWD has more than 200 members representing more than 150 law schools. McGeorge hosted the organization's 2011 conference.