A lifelong problem-solver and native of Nevada, Brian A. Mosich was originally drawn to the information technology field and received his associates from the College of Southern Nevada. While working in the IT field he would go back to school to pursue a Bachelors’s in Business Administration. From there he would work as a Project Manager overseeing programming projects from the conceptual state through to completion. In 2015 Brian was admitted to the William Boyd School of Law part-time evening program. He would continue to work while pursuing his legal education, taking the maximum amount of part-time credits per semester he was able to. Brian completed the four-year part-time evening program in three and a half years. During this time he also volunteered with Nevada Legal Services, attending their legal aid clinic in Pahrump once a month. Graduating with High Pro Bono honors, Brian A. Mosich was awarded Nevada Legal Services Law Student of the year for 2018. Following winter graduation, Brian would pass the February 2019 bar exam and subsequently be admitted to practice law in Nevada.