Adjunct Professor of Law
and Initiative Coordinator, LEAD
In January 2003, Ms. DeMouy joined the Law School as an adjunct professor. Since then, she has taught legal research and writing in Written Oral & Advocacy courses (called LAWRII and LAWRIII prior to 2010) and led the Women, Leadership and Equality Seminar. In August 2008, she became the Coordinator for the LEAD Initiative. In that position, she assists in the overall management of the Initiative and the development of new curriculum, drafts and oversees production of promotional materials, assists in developing conferences and other special projects and serves as a liaison to the bench and practicing bar.
Prior to joining the Law School, Ms. DeMouy clerked for the Honorable Catherine C. Blake of the United States District Court for the District of Maryland and then spent four years in private practice. Most recently, she concentrated in general civil litigation and white-collar criminal defense at Hogan & Hartson LLP. While at Hogan, Ms. DeMouy was actively involved in the training of new litigators and aided in the development of a skills course for the firmís first-year litigators. Ms. DeMouy also has taught legal research, writing and analysis for the Institute for Paralegal Education.
Ms. DeMouy has a B.A. in French and economics from Washington University. She earned her J.D., with honors at the University of Maryland School of Law. While in law school, she was Managing Editor of the Maryland Law Review and a member of the Order of the Coif.