Shreveport - Bossier - Baton Rouge

Contact Info:

Office (318) 220-7215

Cell (318) 469-4270

Gordon Mosley, JD

Gordon Mosley is an associate attorney at Neil Erwin Law, LLC.  Gordon went to Tulane University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management from the A.B. Freeman School of Business in 2013.  He then graduated from Tulane Law school in 2016.  After law school he clerked for the 26th Judicial District Court’s Judges’ Office from 2016-2017, before being appointed as the Assistant City Attorney for Bossier City in 2017.  At the City Attorney’s Office is Bossier, he served as the City Prosecutor, contact point for all land acquisitions, and dealt with a wide variety of litigation including expropriation proceedings.  Since joining Neil Erwin Law in 2021, Gordon’s practice now focuses on governmental law, land disputes, and other property regulations including zoning laws at Neil Erwin Law.  He has served as the 2020 President of the Young Lawyers Association of the Shreveport Bar Association, 2020-2021 President of the Bossier City Rotary Club, and is currently serving on the Bossier Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.

At Neil Erwin law we work hard to balance the protection of citizens’ private rights while understanding the need for reasonable local government regulations required to promote growth and prosperity in municipalities across Louisiana.  While working in the Bossier City Attorney’s Office, I found that there were a wide variety of issues that arose consistently and I now enjoy helping local governments prevent and solve similar issues.  I learned that there are many similarities between the needs of local governments and businesses, and I enjoy using my background and education in business to help governments approach issues in a practical and cost-efficient manner.  Our right sized and accessible firm offers personalized services and fee structures allowing us to assist to all of our clients, no matter how large or small, for issues that frequently arise in businesses and local governments.

Expropriation: Balancing Citizens’ Property Rights and the Need for Project Development, Louisiana Municipal Association Annual Convention

What an Eyesore: Dealing with Blight and Nuisances in Your Municipality, Louisiana City Attorneys Association Fall Conference

Twenty Sixth Judicial Court, BENTON, LA
Law Clerk for the 26th Judicial Court Judges’ Office, August 2016- August 2017

City Attorney’s Office of Bossier City, BOSSIER CITY, LA
Assistant City Attorney, September 2017- July 2021

Tulane University Law School

New Orleans, LA
Juris Doctor, May 2016 (admitted to practice law October 20, 2016)

Tulane University A.B Freeman School of Business

New Orleans, LA
Bachelor of Science in Business Management, May 2013

Bossier Chamber of Commerce, BOSSIER CITY, LA
Board Member 2021-2022

Bossier City Rotary Club, BOSSIER CITY, LA
2020-2021 President

Shreveport Bar Association – Young Lawyers Section, SHREVEPORT, LA
2020 President

Louisiana Bar Association, NEW ORLEANS, LA
Appointed to the House of Delegates for the Twenty Sixth Judicial District Court

Harry v. Booth – Judge Henry A. Politz American Inn of Court, SHREVEPORT, LA