Tammy Moore

Associate Dean


Law, Faculty of

Ludlow Hall 206


1 506 447 3321

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Senior Teaching Associate

Tammy Moore, of the New Brunswick Bar, joined the faculty in the fall of 2006 after practising family law in Saint John for ten years. She teaches Professional Conduct, Trial Practice, Children's Law and Legal Research & Advocacy. She holds a master’s and a doctoral degree in history. Her doctoral dissertation is titled “Unhappy Differences: English Deeds of Separation and Marital Breakdown, c. 1650-1900.”

She has worked with the National Judicial Institute and the Public Legal Education and Information Service on various law reform initiatives, including drafting standard form court orders and curricula for self-represented litigants.