Andrew Moore has been practicing law in the Phoenix, Arizona area since 1994.  Born and raised in Wisconsin, Andy received his undergraduate degree in Speech Communication from the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh.  In 1991 Andy moved to Arizona to attend law school at Arizona State University where he graduated with his Juris Doctor degree in 1994. 

For the next five years Andy practiced law as an Assistant City Prosecutor for the City of Phoenix where he gained extensive trial experience, completing 57 jury trials and over 400 bench trials.  While still at the Phoenix Prosecutor's Office, Andy joined a bureau which had the dual role of pursuing drug asset forfeiture cases and specializing in enforcement of the Phoenix Zoning Ordinance.

In 1999 Andy joined a private law firm located in Phoenix which specialized in zoning, land use law and municipal law.  For the next ten years, first as an Associate and later as a Partner in the firm, Andy focused his practice at the private law firm exclusively in these land use entitlement approvals. 

In 2009 Andy took his law practice solo and formed the Andrew E. Moore Law Firm, P.C., located in the Phoenix suburb of Gilbert, Arizona.  His land use and zoning clients have included large national homebuilders, local commercial developers, churches seeking rezoning for new facilities, homeowners in need of variances and Arizona municipalities needing expert counsel in annexation and development law.  In over a decade of representing clients in land use entitlements, Andy has practiced extensively in the City of Phoenix, Maricopa County, Pinal County and in 20 other municipalities located in those two counties. 

In addition his land use law and zoning law practice, Andy also represents Family Law clients in divorce, legal separation, custody and paternity matters along with other Family Law matters.

 Please contact us at 480-699-7454 or if you would like to schedule a consultation at our downtown Gilbert, AZ conference rooms or speak about representation in your legal matters.