Amanda Moore is the co-founder of the Tennessee Center for Estate and Elder Law, PLLC. Her practice focuses on probate, conservatorships, and elder law. A graduate of Yale Law School, Amanda also serves as an elected member of the Board of Education for Murfreesboro City Schools.
Amanda's compassionate approach to her clients comes from her long career in public service. After law school, she clerked for the Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. She was then awarded a national Equal Justice Works Fellowship to represent clients in need at a civil legal aid firm in Appalachian Kentucky. Moore was later appointed the Rowan County Trial Commissioner. After moving to Tennessee, she worked for many years for the Shriver Center on Poverty Law, a national law and policy organization focused on economic and racial justice.
Amanda has 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.
Amanda is a founding member of the Middle Tennessee Lawyers' Association for Women and the Discovery Guild at the Discovery Center. She has served on the boards of the Stones River Watershed Association and the Appalachian Citizens’ Law Center.