Conference Team: National Conference on Law and Higher Education

Kaylie Murphy

Position: Coordinator, Center for Excellence in Higher Education Law & Policy 

Kaylie Murphy graduated in 2017 from the University of South Florida, with a degree in English Literature and Cultural Studies. She worked at Stetson Law in the Faculty Support Department before transferring over to the Center as Coordinator in April 2020. Kaylie has worked during the Summer and Fall semesters to produce webinars on higher education law & policy issues, such as Title IX developments, diversity and equity, student mental health issues in light of Covid-19, and landmark cases that effect the LGBTQ community. Kaylie is passionate about higher education and social justice issues, and she looks forward to assisting Professor Peter Lake at the upcoming Higher Education Conference.

Grace Moseley

Position: Center Fellow, Center for Excellence in Higher Education Law & Policy 

Grace graduated from Florida State University in 2013 where she earned a degree in Political Science and Creative Writing. From there she began her career in public service where she spent a year teaching high school, and was honored as one of Florida’s most effective teachers. Grace has also spent several years working as a Legislative Aide in the Florida State Legislature and is currently a full-time higher education Policy Analyst for the Florida College Access Network, housed at the University of South Florida. She is currently a part-time 1L at Stetson University College of Law where she serves as the Secretary of the Part Time Student Society and the 1L Representative for the Student Bar Association.

Anthony Del Rosario

Anthony Del Rosario

Anthony Del Rosario is currently a student at Stetson College of Law. He graduated from USF as a bilingual philosophy major with extensive experience writing research projects for philosophy, international affairs, and various other humanitarian topics. He is currently interested in Higher Ed Law after exposure with foreign exchange students in the United States immigration legal system. With his several years working in hospitality, he has a knack for making things simple to understand. As the son of two Dominican immigrants and growing up in a predominantly Hispanic culture in Miami, he is bilingual and hopes to use his legal education to empower underrepresented people in both the United States and internationally.