Kimberly Dilworth Mosley
Kimberly of Dallas, TX. Graduated from Howard University and University of North Texas.
As a student she was involved in BLSA, CLS, PILS, and was a Student Ambassador; She also works for Youth Services of Tulsa as a residential counselor.
She came to law school because of her desire to assist children, especially those who are in the foster care system. This has remained a focus of hers and upon graduation she plans to work as a juvenile public defender in Dallas. She is also open to being a district attorney because she feels that both positions can have a positive impact on the lives of children. She ultimately would like to have her own family law firm that specializes in juvenile law issues. Criminal law is another area that she is passionate about and will likely do some anti-capital punishment work as well.
She enjoys spending time with her husband and her dog. She is very close to her family and spends most of her free time talking on the phone with them - especially her niece (1 year old) and nephew (2 years old.) She also mentors several children around Tulsa and enjoys keeping in touch with them.
She loves TX, but prefers to travel and experience new things. For this reason she decided to look at schools that were close to home, but that would also give her new experiences and innovative surroundings. Tulsa turned out to be the perfect place for her. When she came to visit the University of Tulsa she knew that this would be her new home. The faculty and staff are very warm, encouraging and resourceful. She is so happy that she decided to attend TU!