Attorney Moshae Elise Donald is a native of Mobile, Alabama. In 2008, she received a B.S. in Elementary Education from Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University and graduated summa cum laude. At Alabama A&M, she was a Presidential Scholar and Executive Vice-President of the study body. Ms. Donald attended Vanderbilt University Law School where she graduated in 2011 with a Juris Doctor. While a student and recipient of Vanderbilt’s prestigious law scholar merit award, she was a member of the Mock Trial Board and the traveling Mock Trial Board. Tough advocacy and trial strategy landed her the top litigator award. While in law school, Ms. Donald studied in Venice, Italy through the school’s Vanderbilt in Venice Program. There she studied international copyright law, counter-terrorism, and European Union law. Her experience includes work with one of the largest civil defense firms in Mobile, a boutique firm specializing in family law and criminal defense, the Department of Justice-ATF, Vanderbilt University’s General Counsel’s Office, and Mobile County Public School System as a teacher. Her teaching experience makes her especially insightful and passionate about legal issues involving children. Attorney Donald handles cases in state and municipal courts in Mobile and Baldwin Counties.
In her free time, Moshae Donald enjoys reading, traveling, cooking, and spending time with her family.
Attorney Moshae Donald is licensed to practice in the state of Alabama and in the Southern District of Alabama. She is a member of the American Bar Association, Alabama Bar Association, Mobile Bar Association, Vernon Crawford Bay Area Bar Association and the South Alabama Volunteer Lawyers Program.