Best of the Bar 2016
San Diego Business Journal
Volunteer of the Year
Milwauke YMCA 2001
TEDxSD 15 Most Innovative Entrepreneurs of 2014
Nicholas J. Moore, Esq.
The Wharton School of Business
The University of Pennsylvania
Class of 2006
Sigma Honors Society
Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Class of 2012
Jefferson Medal Winner
Nicholas J. Moore is a dedicated San Diego trial attorney who represents clients in civil and criminal matters ranging from misdemeanors to serious felonies such as homicide, and complex white collar crime. He has been trial council for clients in over $7 million dollars of grand theft charges. Some highlights of Mr. Moore's career include obtaining dismissals or acquittals on charges of:
- Grand theft exceeding $1.3 million
- Aggravated kidnapping
- Assault on a police officer
- Transportation of narcotics (>4kg)
- Felony domestic violence
- Weapons-related crimes
Prior to practicing law, Mr. Moore graduated from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. After Wharton, he worked as a consultant for GSI Commerce where he advised enterprise level corporations (such as: PBS, Filson, Roxy, and Charlotte Russe) on eCommerce strategies and directed their marketing, fulfillment and customer service operations. GSI Commerce Inc. was sold to Ebay Inc. in 2011 for $2.4 Billion.
Nicholas Moore has experience with major felony cases, including homicides, bribery and complex white-collar fraud, and has been defense counsel on several high profile cases. He worked on the Sweetwater School District corruption scandal, the Jack's La Jolla embezzlement trial, and worked on Julie Harper's defense team that secured an acquittal on a first-degree murder charge.
Mr. Moore is a graduate of the Thomas Jefferson School of Law, where he received the Jefferson Medal in Professional Responsibility, as well as the Witkin Awards for ethics in law. Nicholas prides himself on providing clients the highest level of ethics and transparency about the legal process.
In his free time Mr. Moore volunteers as a member of the Mission Valley YMCA Board of Directors and as the Lead Advisor for the Mission Valley's YMCA's Youth in Government Program - a mock trial and model legislature program for over 3,000 California high school students.