Amanda Moore oversees the operations and curriculum development of courses such as Affirmative Litigation Training and Community Lawyering in the Shriver Center’s Advocate Resources and Training Department.She previously oversaw publication of the Shriver Center’s Clearinghouse Community resources. She cut her legal teeth as an Equal Justice Works Fellow and then a staff attorney at the Appalachian Citizens’ Law Center in eastern Kentucky, where she represented low-income clients and community groups on coal mining issues. Before working in coal country, Amanda clerked for the Hon. Boyce F. Martin, Jr., then Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. She has taught legal writing and research at Middle Tennessee State University and administrative, bankruptcy, and family law courses for paralegals at Morehead State University. In addition, she was appointed the Rowan County (Ky.) Trial Commissioner. She currently serves as an elected school board member for Murfreesboro (Tn.) City Schools. She received her J.D. from Yale Law School and graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. from Western Kentucky University.