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Kathleen Moxley

Hi,
I'm a 3L Dual JD student, originally from Ottawa and now living in Windsor. I did my undergraduate degree in Political Studies with a minor in Psychology from Queen's University, Kingston. I love to ski and generally just get outside and explore new things. You can contact me at moxleyka@udmercy.edu.

Recent Posts

  • A Tale of Two Bar Exams

    The best laid plans of mice and men.....well you likely know the rest. Unfortunately my plan to continue blogging during the bar hit a few road blocks of its’ own. My plan for this post is to basically walk you through my study period, give you some general information on the bar process and address some of the pros and cons of writing in two juris ...
  • Not All Roses Yet...

    Two weeks past my technical last day and I suppose you’d expect me to be all relaxed and enjoying that everything is over and done. Unfortunately that’s not quite the case. While the end of classes marks one part of the process life as a law student doesn’t quite end when the classroom part does. Knowing the bar exams and job search aren’t over yet ...
    May 07 Tags: bar exam, Graduation
  • A Moment of Grace

    It’s pouring rain outside and yet today is one of the most beautiful days I’ve ever seen. The last week or two have been filled with many challenges and horrible events. Multiple bombings, 3 large magnitude earthquakes and more attempted terrorist plots. I’ve even had a few hiccups of my own with my building sewer attempting to explode (not actuall ...
    Apr 24 Tags: Done
  • I set out on a narrow way, many years ago...

    The past week has flown by and the last week of classes is upon us. One of the most common questions I get asked about the program is how we go to both schools at once, so for today here’s some insight into how the calendars from the two schools merge. For the Fall Semester UDM starts classes mid-August while Windsor starts following Labour Day tw ...
  • Tolerance, Respect and the Pursuit of Religious Options

    One of the unique aspects of UDM is that it is a Jesuit university. When Detroit College opened in 1877 it was run by the Society of Jesus. The Law school was established in 1812 making this our school’s centennial year. In 1920 Detroit College became the University of Detroit and retained its Jesuit roots. Then in 1990 the University merged with t ...
    Apr 04 Tags: LGBTQ, Red Mass, Religion, Jesuit
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Langvardt, Kyle

Professor Langvardt joined the UDM faculty in Fall 2012. Before UDM Law, he was a Lecturer in Business Law and Ethics at Indiana University, Bloomington. Prior to that he was an Associate with Locke, Lord, Bissell & Liddell in Chicago. Professor Langvardt's research interests include free speech and election law.

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