Taylor Mosley is a law clerk in McNees’ Intellectual Property Law Group, a team of professionals who help clients navigate the myriad of legal issues arising from new and exciting developments in these areas of the law. They offer insights on how best to obtain and maintain a competitive advantage through the use and protection of intellectual property and technology.

Taylor obtained her undergraduate degree from Vassar College where she majored in International Studies and Arabic. While pursuing her law degree, she clerked for the Fraud and Civil Division of the Delaware Department of Justice where she learned hands-on skills through the trial advocacy program, assisted attorneys on appellate cases in the Supreme Court of Delaware and drafted motions for prosecutors trying criminal, fraud and consumer protection cases in the Superior Court of Delaware.

She also worked as a trademark law clerk for a New Jersey-based intellectual property boutique firm, where she conducted trademark searches, helped file trademark applications at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Additionally, Taylor drafted partnership agreements, nondisclosure agreements (NDAs) and contracts; assisted with website design; and helped with non-fungible token (NFT) law matters. She was a legal assistant to a family law boutique in the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, area as well.

Taylor is passionate about athletics and its intersection with the law. While attending Penn State Dickinson Law, she participated as a Major League Baseball (MLB) legal advocate with the Tulane International Baseball Arbitration Competition, sharpening her oral and written advocacy skills in this simulated salary arbitration competition modeled closely on the procedures used by MLB. She also served as a research assistant for an entertainment law professor, president of the Black Law Students Association and on the SBA social committee.

In her spare time, Taylor is a writer and vegan blogger for her travel website What Taylor Likes, which aims to entertain, empower and encourage young adults. She generates, researches and writes posts; designs and manages the website and domain from end-to-end; promotes new posts using digital advertisements, social media and other methods; negotiates collaborations with brands; and calculates data pertaining to reader demographics, monthly visitors and clicks per link.


Penn State Dickinson Law, J.D.

    • Research assistant
    • Themis Bar representative
    • SBA Social Committee representative
    • Law library assistant
    • The Association of American Law School Publication, student editor
    • Black Law Students Association, president
    • Sports and Entertainment Law Society, treasurer
    • International Baseball Arbitration Competition, competitor and coach

Vassar College, B.A. in International Studies and Arabic Language and Culture

    • Intensive Arabic Abroad Program, AMIDEAST, Muscat, Oman
    • Capital Modernity Abroad Program, NYU, Berlin Germany
    • Senior Thesis: The Proliferation and Persistence of Inexcusable Racial Practices in Film
    • Thesis Distinction
    • African American Alumni of Vassar College
    • Women’s Volleyball
    • Women’s Rowing
    • Arabic Club
    • Black Student union
    • Eco-Leaders
    • UNICEF


Parish Episcopal School, Alumni Board secretary

Vassar College, alumni interviewer for Admissions


Academic Award, Vassar College, 2015

Presidents Award, Vassar College, 2015

Iron Brewer Award, Vassar College, 2015

Bar Admissions

Pennsylvania* (not yet admitted to the bar)

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