Barbara Mouly began teaching at the School of Law in 2007 as Visiting Assistant Professor of Law teaching Torts and Lawyering Skills. In 2004, she began working in juvenile and criminal practice courts in Virginia. Before that, Professor Mouly practiced with a law group in Virginia from 2001- 2004, practicing personal injury litigation, malpractice, and products liability.
Professor Mouly earned her bachelor’s degree in English and was the recipient of the T.G. Jones Literary Prize. She earned her master’s in music in 1976 and continued her education at the Virginia Trial Advocacy Institute at the University of Virginia in 2002. Mouly is the author of Intelligent Design and Tort Law: Partners in a Unified Theory of Causation, 3 Liberty University Law Review, at 543- 574, No. 2 (Spring 2009).
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