Moore, Andrew F.
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of Law
- Room: 211
- Telephone: 313-596-0220
- Fax: 313-596-0280
- LL.M. Columbia University School of Law '98
- J.D. Case Western Reserve University School of Law '92
- B.A. John Carroll University '89
- Curriculum Vitae
Professor Moore started at the University of Detroit Mercy (UDM) School of Law in 1998 after earning a master’s degree in law at Columbia University School of Law. His practice experience includes representing indigent immigrants in Baltimore, Maryland and research and report writing for a human rights organization in Washington, D.C. He was a member of the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) from 1993 until 2002.
In 2000, Professor Moore founded the immigration law clinic at UDM with the support of the Jesuits. The Clinic allows students to provide free representation to asylum seekers appearing before the Detroit immigration court.
Immigration law is one of Professor Moore’s scholarly interests as well as human rights. He has written articles on refugee issues between the U.S. and Canada and widespread fraud in the provision of legal services to immigrants.
In addition to being a faculty member, Professor Moore serves as the University Minister for the law school campus. Professor Moore’s work as University Minister includes planning the two large liturgical events of the school year, Red Mass and the Baccalaureate Liturgy, as well as serving as the faculty advisor for the St. Thomas More Society.
Professor Moore is licensed to practice in the States of Michigan and Ohio.
Criminal Deportation, Post-Conviction Relief and the LostCause of Uniformity,22 GEO. IMM. L.J. 665 (2008)
Unsafe in America: A Review of the U.S.-Canada Safe Third Country Agreement, 47 SANTA CLARA L. REV. 201 (2007).
Contact and Concepts: Educating Students at Jesuit Law Schools, 41 GONZ. L. REV. 459 (2006).
Fraud, the Unauthorized Practice of Law and Unmet Needs: A Look at State Laws Regulating Immigration Assistants, 19 GEO. IMM. L.J. 1 (2004).
Conversion and the Socratic Method in Legal Education, 80 U. DET. MERCY L. REV. 505 (2003).
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