Élan "Mojo" Moore Jones Attorney

Élan "MoJo" Moore Jones


Élan is a graduate of the Texas A&M University School of Law. While in law school, she was a member of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) and served as the chapter president. Élan also participated as an award-winning moot court competitor.

Élan began her legal career seeking to bridge the legal gap for business owners and families. Immediately after passing the bar, she launched Moore Jones Law, PLLC, a solo firm specializing in intellectual property and estate planning. Now working alongside her law school moot court partner as co-founding partner of Elaine Law Group, PLLC, she continues to work zealously to protect the intellectual property of artists, creatives, and entrepreneurs. Élan’s additional practice areas include business, and estate planning.

Élan is a member of the Texas Bar College, exemplary of her commitment to ethics and continued legal education. As a member of the JL Turner Legal Association, has served as the organization’s representative for the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers’ as a member of the board of directors.

She is a proud alumnus of Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU), where she majored in English Studies and minored in African American Studies. Élan is an avid supporter of philanthropy and charitable giving and currently serves on the Board of Trustees, of Moore Impact, Inc. Above all, she is most proud of her role as a loving wife and mother.

Élan’s commitment to service is rooted in her DNA. Her mother was an active member of CWA, while her father, a Naval veteran, worked to help bridge the health disparity gap as Dallas’s first African American Urologist. Élan has followed their powerful example throughout her legal career by working to bridge the access to justice gap for small businesses, creatives, and families of modest means and humble beginnings. She continues to work zealously to protect the intellectual property of artists, creatives, and entrepreneurs; as well as helping working families fight gentrification and loss of heirs’ property through appropriate estate planning.

Élan demonstrates her commitment to community through both her personal and professional involvement with various organizations. She has served as a board member of JL Turner Legal Association, Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, and philanthropic organizations. Additionally, she currently serves as a board and audit committee member of Moore Impact, a nonprofit organization that supports minority led and community-based organizations through the granting and distribution of significant financial gifts.