Nicole Mozee, J.D.
Assistant Professor

Nicole Mozee advocates for civil liberties, civil rights, and social justice. She works as a Deputy Attorney General for the Delaware Department of Justice Division of Civil Rights and Public Trust to investigate and prosecute civil rights violations, incidents and crimes of bias and hate, public official misconduct, and law enforcement use-of-force cases.

Mozee successfully prosecuted the Division’s first hate crime conviction and the state’s first-ever conviction of a sitting elected official. Before joining the Delaware DOJ, Mozee worked in government and policy, family law, and employment discrimination. She was associate legal counsel for Del. Gov. John Carney, a staff attorney at Delaware Volunteer Legal Services, and a labor enforcement officer for the Delaware Department of Labor Office of Anti-Discrimination.

She is also an active member of the Delaware State Bar Association’s Multicultural Judges & Lawyer Section and the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr’s Breakfast and Day of Service Executive Committee. Additionally, she has held leadership roles for the Delaware Barristers Association and the American Constitution Society of Delaware.

With a fervent belief in community service, Mozee participates in outreach and advocacy efforts involving public policy, hate crimes education, fair housing, disability rights, employment discrimination, criminal justice reform, and voting rights. She has been recognized by many local and national organizations for her work, including the Delaware Business Times, which honored her as a “Top 40 Under 40 Professional” in 2019. Mozee looks forward to transitioning to a full-time teaching role at the Wilmington University School of Law. She is a graduate of the New York Law School.

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