Recognized since 2015
St. Louis, Missouri
Lisa G. Moore was working full time in business management while she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Columbia College in 1994. When she entered law school in 1995, she began her legal career as a law clerk with Paule, Camazine and Blumenthal, P.C. and in 1998 she received her law degree from St. Louis University School of Law. Ms. Moore’s natural leadership skills are evident in both her legal career and business career prior to law school.
Listed as a Missouri and Kansas Super Lawyers-Rising Star in 2008; Who’s Who in Law in 2015; Law Firm Leader of the Year, Missouri Lawyers Weekly 2017; Volunteer Lawyer of the Month, BAMSL 2017; Best Lawyers in America in 2015, 2016 and 2017; and Lawyer of the Year in Family Law 2017, Ms. Moore is well known for her superior skills and knowledge when dealing with complex child custody and child support cases.
Ms. Moore maximizes every possible advantage for her client in order to accomplish their goals whether in settlement negotiations or at trial. She is focused and prepared and a zealous advocate for her clients, both in and out of the courtroom.
Ms. Moore’s educational background in psychology, along with her direct and strong personality, makes her a tireless and knowledgeable advocate for her clients who are often overwhelmed dealing with either their own, or a spouse’s, issues with physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, alienation, neglect, mental illness or personality disorders, drugs or alcohol abuse or addiction and gambling or sex addiction.
Ms. Moore is sought after to speak and write by numerous organizations and she has authored various articles relative to family law issues, especially in child custody issues.
In addition to her passion for working with families dealing with difficult and emotional issues, Ms. Moore has been a very active member of numerous professional organizations and has served in numerous leadership roles for the American Bar Association, St. Louis Bar Foundation, Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis and St. Louis County Bar Association.
- Family Law, St. Louis (2017)
- Family Law
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