Vincent J. Mosley, Jr., Esq. is a native of Savannah, GA, but has traveled extensively as the child of a military family. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a concentration in Industrial Psychology from Albany State University, and a Juris Doctor degree from Savannah Law School, a branch campus of the Atlanta’s John Marshall School of Law. While in law school, he was an associate editor for the Savannah Law Review, a board member for the Savannah Trial Team, a general member of Moot Court and OUTLaw, and the first President Emeritus of the Savannah Law School Chapter of the Black Law Students’ Association. His scholarship encompasses law & literature, law & religion, and sexual assault crimes, particularly in victims’ advocacy and support. Vincent Mosley is a generalist practitioner, but the majority of his legal work currently consists of immigration law and intellectual property.
Human Trafficking and the Black LGBTQ+ Community: Identifying and Protecting the Margins