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Jennifer A. Moore has dedicated her practice to representing individuals and families who have been injured as a result of harmful drugs, products and medical devices, medical negligence, nursing home neglect and abuse, and automobile and truck wrecks. She is a founding partner of Grossman & Moore, PLLC in Louisville, Kentucky. She has served as court-appointed liaison counsel in a multi-district litigation involving a defective product and as trial counsel in numerous cases holding wrongdoers accountable, including representing a man who died in a vehicle fire ($3.2 million jury verdict).
Jennifer received her Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude, from Transylvania University with a major in Political Science in 1995. She received her J.D., cum laude, from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 1998. Following her graduation from law school, Jennifer clerked for the Honorable Boyce F. Martin, Jr., Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Jennifer is licensed to practice law in both Kentucky and California and is a member of the Louisville, Kentucky, California, and American Bar Associations, American Association for Justice (AAJ), and the Kentucky Justice Association (KJA).
Honors and Awards
In recognition of her work, Jennifer Moore was named as Kentucky’s Outstanding Young Lawyer by the Young Lawyers Section of the Kentucky Bar Association and the Young Democrat of the Year by the Jefferson County Democratic Party. She has also received the Outstanding Young Professional Alumni Award from the University of Kentucky College of Law and her alma mater, Transylvania University, recognized her as the Outstanding Young Alumni. Business First named Jennifer one of Louisville’s “Top 40 Under 40” to watch. She was also featured in the September 2006 issue of Today’s Woman as one of eight Louisville “Way to Go Woman” honorees. That same month the cover story for the weekly magazine, Velocity, profiled her legal accomplishments.
In addition to fighting for the rights of the injured, Jennifer devotes her time to various community and political organizations. She serves on the board of directors for Emerge Kentucky (Board Chair), Kentucky Justice Association, Child Sexual Abuse & Exploitation Prevention Board, Family & Children’s Place, Kentucky Council for Interstate Adult Offender Supervision, Louisville Metro Parks Foundation Board, Louisville Metro Women’s Network, and University of Kentucky College of Law Alumni Board, as well as being a member of the ABA’s Advisory Committee to the Standing Committee on Election Law and the Kentucky Supreme Court Rules Committee. Jennifer served as Chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party from 2007 to 2009.
Publications and Lectures
“Mastering Social Media,” 2013, CLE, American Association for Justice, Mid-Year Meeting, Speaker.
“Insurance Coverage for Injury Cases,” 2012, “Boot Camp for Attorneys” CLE, Kentucky Justice Association, Speaker.
“Preserving the Evidence: Tips on How to Win at Trial with Key Evidence,” 2012, “Litigating Auto Cases” CLE, Kentucky Justice Association, Speaker.
“Underinsured Motorists Claims: From Negotiating the Claim to Trial to the Bad Faith Claim,” 2011, CLE, Kentucky Justice Association, Speaker.
“Big Truck Cases: Jump Start Your Next Case with these Winning Tactics,” 2009, CLE, Kentucky Justice Association, Program Co-Chair and Speaker
“Nuts and Bolts of Trying a Car Wreck Case,” CLE, Kentucky Justice Association, 2007, Program Co-Chair and Speaker.
Ethical Issues in Election Law and Campaign Finance: The Lawyer’s Role, CLE, Kentucky Justice Association, 2006.
“How to Make it on Your Own: Starting and Managing a Small Law Firm,” CLE, Kentucky Bar Association Convention 2008, Program Chair and Speaker.
Note, Campaign Finance Reform in Kentucky: The Race for Governor, 85 Kentucky Law Journal, 3 (1998).
The Golden Dustman in the Golden State: Exclusive Contracts for Solid Waste Collection and Disposal in California, 32 The Urban Lawyer, 2 (2000).