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Baylor Law School (J.D., 2019)
Baylor University (B.B.A, 2015)
Licensed in State of Texas
United States District Courts for the Northern District of Texas
Ali Mosser represents Texas public schools in various litigation matters. A lifelong Texas resident, Ali is passionate about providing the state's educators with effective representation when they need it most.
Ali earned her law degree at Baylor Law School. There, she served two terms as the Executive President of the Student Bar Association, competed nationwide on multiple moot court and mock trial teams, and gave back to the Waco community by volunteering with various student and community organizations.
Prior to attending law school, Ali served as Special Assistant to Baylor University's President and Chancellor, Judge Ken Starr – a position that led her to decide to devote her future career to the intersection of education and the law. Ali also attended Baylor for undergraduate studies and earned a Bachelor's of Business Administration in Business Fellows, Marketing, and Business Spanish.
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