Maura DeMouy has developed curriculum and programming preparing law students and new lawyers for practice for over 10 years and counseled and advised law students and new lawyers for almost 15. DeMouy was an adjunct professor and coordinator for the Law and Leadership Program at the University of Maryland Carey Law School where she was involved in the strategic planning, implementation and evaluation of the School’s Leadership, Ethics and Democracy (LEAD) Initiative and the planning and implementation of programming for the law school’s Leadership Scholars.
DeMouy also taught the Women, Leadership and Equality (WLE) Program workshop, which prepared third-year WLE fellows for practice, and legal research, analysis and writing for first-year students. She recently authored a chapter on leadership and private practice for the book Law and Leadership: Integrating Leadership Studies into the Law School Curriculum (Ashgate 2013) and presented on leadership and professionalism at the Santa Clara School of Law Leadership Roundtable and the National Association for Law Placement’s Annual Conference.
Prior to joining UM Carey Law, DeMouy was in private practice where she concentrated on general civil litigation and white-collar criminal defense, first at Miles & Stockbridge, P.C., and then at Hogan & Hartson LLP (now HoganLovells). Demouy received her B.A. in French and economics from Washington University and her J.D., with honors, from the University of Maryland Carey Law School.