Henry Moore






Henry’s practice areas at the firm include both commercial litigation and trucking law matters, and he is admitted to practice before all Georgia trial courts.

Henry was born and raised just south of Chattanooga, Tennessee in a small town called Flintstone, Georgia at the foot of Lookout Mountain. After attending the Baylor School in Chattanooga, Henry went on to the University of Georgia where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from the Terry College of Business in 2019. He then went on to Georgia State University’s College of Law in Atlanta where he earned his Juris Doctorate degree in 2023. As a recipient of the College of Law Dean’s Scholar Anne Emanuel award coming into law school, Henry was involved in the Georgia State College of Law’s graduate research assistant program, assisting with professor published scholarship work and also spending time working with the Georgia State Athletics program as a member of the NCAA Compliance team. After spending time during law school as a law clerk for O’Daniel McDonald, Henry joined the firm full time following graduation.

Henry currently lives in Atlanta where he enjoys spending time cheering on the Georgia Bulldogs, attempting to reconcile a dwindling golf game, and exploring all that Atlanta’s restaurant scene has to offer. He also loves traveling, particularly out West to ski the Rocky Mountains with his family, and generally spending time in the great outdoors, where he enjoys hunting, fishing, and hiking.


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