Jay Long has been involved in multiple business ventures throughout his adult life. He has owned or managed businesses in the retail, entertainment, production, and construction industries. He has now merged his many talents with his legal education and works within the Frascogna Law brand focusing on intellectual property law, sports and entertainment law, media law, as well as corporate law. Jay enjoys helping his clients flourish within their industries by assisting with strategy development, creation of unique marketing and growth plans, development and protection intellectual property, and providing counsel for general growth and longevity. He is a member of the Mississippi Bar and the Esports Bar, and is licensed to practice law in the state of Mississippi.
Mississippi College School of Law Juris Doctorate (2017)
Bachelor of Science – History (1995)
Masters of Social Science – Administration of Justice (2005)
Jay was an adjunct professor of Criminal Justice for over 10 years at Hinds Community College before joining Frascogna Law.
Jay was the CEO and President of Heroes and Dreams, a comic book and collectables retailer, art gallery, and social club in Flowood Mississippi from 2007-2013. His experience with this speciality retail organization helped to further develop his knowledge of business operations, as well as marketing, and strategy development.
Jay was the general manager of Motor Control Specialists for over 12 years in Florence, Mississippi. During his tenure with the company, he developed and implemented multiple strategies to foster growth of the business during an era highlighted by struggle and decline in the construction industry.
Jay has worked closely with local “no-kill” animal rescue organizations in central Mississippi for over 10 years. Creatively, he utilized his own dog, Buster (a Golden Retriever), as the philanthropic face of Heroes and Dreams to raise funds and awareness of both local rescue shelters throughout the operation of the business.
Jay remains passionate about Pet Welfare, and continues to work with local shelters and rescue groups as a volunteer and advocate.