Jeannette L. Moore


Ms. Moore joined Lorber, Greenfield, & Polito, LLP in 2018 as an associate. Her current practice focuses on defense of construction defect, product liability, and personal injury claims, including defense of personal injury claims arising from motor vehicle accidents and commercial motor vehicle carriers.

Prior to practicing law, Ms. Moore worked in law enforcement with the local sheriff office in Clackamas County Oregon.  In 2001, while continuing to work for the sheriff’s office full time, Ms. Moore returned to school to obtain her law degree and fulfill a lifelong career objective, attending the evening program at Lewis & Clark Northwestern School of Law.  Ms. Moore clerked for the Hon. Robert L. Selander, who was presiding judge in Clackamas County, during her last year of law school.  After law school, Ms. Moore worked as a prosecutor in Crook County, Oregon before taking her first civil position with a boutique general practice law firm in Portland, Oregon in 2006.  In 2009, Ms. Moore joined a defense firm where her practice focused on defense of personal injury claims arising from motor vehicle accidents, to include accidents involving commercial motor carriers.  Ms. Moore has worked in civil litigation since 2006, including civil and court trials and administrative hearings.

Practice Area(s): Construction Defect, Products Liability, Civil Litigation and Personal Injury (Including auto accidents).

Admitted: State of Oregon 2005, State of Washington 2009.

Memberships: Oregon State Bar Association
Washington State Bar Association
Oregon Association of Defense Counsel
Clackamas County Bar Association
Multnomah County Bar Association

School: Concordia Univerairy, Portland, OR., 2000- B.S. - Business Management, Communication & Leadership, summa cum laude; Lewis & Clark Northwestern School of Law, Portland, OR., 2005 – J.D.