Mr. Bruce Mosley
It is expected that Mr. Bruce Mosley will complete his Master of Interdisciplinary Studies within 2016 from West Texas A& M University in Educational Leadership, Criminal Justice and Psychology. Likewise, he earned Doctor of Jurisprudence in 2007 from St. Marys University School of Law on Global Legal issues at University of Innsbruck, Austria.
Likewise, he gathered diverse experiences from different fields. He has been teaching legal specialty courses and manage department in Amarillo College from January 2009 to present. Further, he taught Legal Environment to Masters of Business Administration Students in Wayland Baptist University. Apart from this, he also practiced law focusing on intellectual property and commercial litigation as Associate Attorney from 2007 to 2009. Similarly, he was involved in community service. From 2009 to present, he has been working as a board member of Pro Bono Advisory Board of Legal Aid of Northwest Texas. Not only this, from 2013 to present, he has been a member of Scholarship Committee of Amarillo Area Bar Foundation, from 2012 to 2013 became Youth Leader and Teacher of St. Andrews Episcopal Church. Similarly, he served in different capacities at Amarillo College like President of Faculty Senate, Founder, Advisor of Legal Society of Amarillo College from 2011 to present. He published his opinions and articles in different website, newspapers and book.
Likewise, he gave his presentations on different topic like on "Medical Law and Ethics" at Amarillo College Health Professionals on February 2015. He is also Professional Member of many association, organization like Clinical Legal Education Association (2015), Global Alliance for Justice Education (2014-Present). Likewise, he got many awards and distinctions like Pro Bono Award-Legal Services Corporation/Texas Access to Justice Foundation (2014), Amarillo Citizens Academy-City of Amarillo (2014), John F. Mead Faculty Excellence Award from Amarillo College (2011-2012), Top 10 National Sales Award-Verizon Communications (2001).