About Jayne Woods
Professor Woods teaches Moot Court I and II. She has been an adjunct since 2007, and in the past has taught Legal Research and Writing and Advocacy and Research. Currently, she works as a law clerk for the Honorable Karen King Mitchell on the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District. Before that, she worked for six years as a Missouri Assistant Attorney General in the Criminal Appeals Division, where she wrote and submitted approximately 400 appellate briefs and argued multiple cases before each district of the Missouri Court of Appeals, as well as the Missouri Supreme Court. The Missouri Bar Foundation selected her to receive the David J. Dixon Appellate Advocacy Award, and Attorney General Chris Koster gave her the Attorney General’s Best Brief Award. She received Bachelor of Science in Justice Systems. In law school, she served on the editorial board for Missouri Law Review and her case note was selected for publication.