This year marks Thomas Moore’s 30th anniversary as a member of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers.
The International Academy of Trial Lawyers is one of the most prestigious trial lawyers organizations in the world. The academy was founded in 1954 and is an international association in spirit and membership. The Fellowship is by invitation only, there is an extremely rigorous vetting process comprised of peer and judicial review before entry. Fellowship is limited to 500 active trial lawyers in the United States and includes over 150 Fellows from nearly 40 countries across the globe.
To be considered for Fellowship, you must have achieved a career of excellence shown by your skills in trial, exhibit both integrity and professionalism, and contribute time and resources to your community. Thomas Moore has won 92 trials with verdicts in excess of $1 million – more than any other lawyer in the world. In addition to his success in the courtroom, Thomas Moore uses his resources to give back to the community. For instance, he has funded scholarships to his alma mater, Fordham Law School, founding the Brendan Moore Trial Advocates program, in honor of his late brother. The program competes nationally, teaching trial advocacy.
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