Location: Birmingham, Alabama
Jeremiah Mosley graduated cum laude from Samford University’s Honors Program in 2006, where he served as Vice-President of the Student Government Association and was selected by Samford faculty and members of the administration to serve on the Student Judiciary Council and the President’s Advisory Council. Jeremiah received his law degree, cum laude, from the University of Michigan in 2010, where he served as an officer in the Michigan chapter of the Federalist Society. Jeremiah was also involved in Michigan’s preeminent moot court and clinical law programs, and was selected as one of three students to serve as a legal research and writing advisor to first-year law students.
During law school, Jeremiah worked for the Presiding Justice of the Mississippi Supreme Court and for the Ranking Member of the United States Senate Judiciary Committee. After graduating from Michigan, Jeremiah completed a two-year clerkship with the Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme Court. In addition to his membership in the Alabama State Bar, Jeremiah maintains his license to practice law in Florida.
Jeremiah and his wife, Mary Jo, are the proud parents of two young daughters, Abigail and Emeline. The Mosleys are active members of Trinity Presbyterian Church in Cahaba Heights.
- Florida, 2010
- Alabama, 2012
- University of Michigan Law School - 2010
- Honors: cum laude
- Professorial Assistant: Legal Research & Writing 101-201
- Elected Positions: Federalist Society, officer 2009-2010
- Activities: Moot Court, Clinical Law Program
- Samford University - 2002
- Honors Program, cum laude
- Honors: Presidential Scholar; Mabry Lunceford Award
- Elected Positions: Vice-President, Student Government Association, 2005-2006
- Appointed Positions: Student Judiciary Council; President’s Advisory Council
Associations and Memberships
- Birmingham Bar Association
- Alabama Bar Association
- Florida Bar Association
- Association of Plaintiff Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America