Amanda Moore’s compassionate approach to her clients comes from a long career in public service. A graduate of Yale Law School, Amanda currently serves as an elected member of the Board of Education for Murfreesboro City Schools. She clerked for the Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, a position that gave her an intimate view of appellate practice. She then spent many years in the nonprofit legal sector and taught a wide range of courses at Vanderbilt Law School, Middle Tennessee State University, and Morehead State University. Her commentary on bankruptcy law has appeared in the New York Times Letters to the Editor and the Lexington Herald-Leader.
She is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association, Kentucky Bar Association, Middle Tennessee Lawyers Association for Women, Andrew Jackson Inn of Court, and Rutherford/Cannon County Bar Association. Amanda serves as President of the South Church Place Association.
She is married to Jason Vance, a professor and librarian at MTSU. They have a teenage son and daughter.
Law School: Yale Law School, J.D., 2000
Undergraduate: Western Kentucky University, B.A., Government, 1997, summa cum laude
Practice Areas: Business Formation, Nonprofit Formation, Business Contracts, Estate Planning
Admissions: Tennessee, Kentucky, Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, Eastern District of Tennessee, & Eastern District of Kentucky
Training: Tennessee Bar Association Scaling Small Law Program; National Institute for Trial Advocacy Public Service Trial Skills Program