Mosi Taylor-Cole

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Professional Associations

  • Member of the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers (CABL)
    • Secretary on the Executive
  • Member of the Calgary Bar Association
  • Member of Canadian Bar Association
    • Co-chair of the Young Lawyers Section – Alberta South
  • Member in good standing with the Law Society of Alberta
  • Member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC) – Alberta Chapter

Publications and Awards

  • Calgary Legal Guidance –
  • All you need to know about a Separation Agreement in Alberta, Co-contributor – waiting to be published.
  • Voice is not a Choice (Working Title) – Co-contributor, currently being written.

To date, Mosi has worked exclusively in family law and understands that being involved in legal matters can be a stressful time. Mosi ensures that his clients are properly cared for and that their matters are handled with privacy and respect. He is supported by an experienced legal team and is part of a work environment that fosters growth through education and mentorship.

Mosi graduated from the University of Lethbridge in 2009 with a degree in Human Resource Management and Labour Relations. Upon graduation he worked as a Recruiter for a global staffing agency. Always wanting to be a lawyer, Mosi then attended law school at the University of Leicester in England, where he obtained his Bachelor of Laws (Honours) in 2013. He was an active volunteer during his time in law school and was involved with the Innocence Project, where he reviewed previous proceedings and evidence to overturn a wrongful conviction. He was also a Legal Advisor at the law school’s Legal Advice Clinic and Vice President of the Canadian Law Society. Mosi continues to support the University of Leicester by assisting their Canadian Student Recruitment Team by presenting at their yearly recruitment events.

Giving back to the community through volunteering is very important to Mosi. He is the Secretary on the Executive of the newly formed Canadian Association of Black Lawyer (CABL) Alberta Chapter. He is a mentor for black youth through the Calgary Black Chambers and Rotary Club Stay. A volunteer with the Calgary International Film Festival, and a focus group participant for the Buddy Up Campaign through the Centre for Suicide Prevention. He volunteers with Calgary Legal Guidance in the evening legal advice clinic and has previously presented on various family law topics. Mosi also occasionally appears on the CBC Calgary Eyeopener’s Unconventional Panel to discuss issues effecting Calgarians.

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