Fellow Friday: Alumni Spotlight, featuring Bianca Moore Esq., Louisiana Class of 2022

May 12, 2023

Check out this Friday's Alumni Spotlight, Bianca Moore Esq - Louisiana Class of 2022. Click HERE for full interview.

Bianca Moore is a New Orleans transplant from Chesapeake, Virginia, who owns and operates her own law firm, The BMoore Law Firm. She received a B.A. from Xavier University of Louisiana in 2016 and a Juris Doctor and certificate in Social Justice from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law in 2019. Prior to owning a solo practice, Bianca served as a public defender, ABA Bond advocacy fellow, and judicial law clerk for the Honorable Nandi F. Campbel in Orleans Parish Criminal District Court. Outside of the courtroom,  Bianca is very active in her community. Bianca currently serves as President-elect of the Greater New Orleans Louis A. Martinet Foundation and Legal Society, Mentorship Program Coordinator for Dillard University's L.E.A.D pre-law program, L.E.A.D Trainer for New Leaders Council, Board member for Southeastern Louisiana Legal Services, Practitioner Advisor for Tulane University’s Black Law Student Association Mock trial team, and a mentor/ presenter for various organizations and fellowships. In her very little free time, she also provides educational consulting services to law students through her consulting firm, BMoore Consulting, and dances in Mardi Gras parades and competitions with her dance team, Silhouette Dance Company.


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