Thomas Moore has worked for years successfully representing many different businesses and corporations as well as municipalities, associations and non-profit organizations. Thomas works in many areas to accomplish his clients’ goals including the legislature, state agencies, municipalities and even national conferences. He is able to formulate successful strategies, develop coalitions, create meaningful messaging and convey his client’s concerns to decision makers in a manner that gets results. His dedication to each client and tireless efforts to succeed has resulted in excellent relationships and very satisfied clients.
Thomas also counsels clients in the areas of lobbying ethics and compliance issues and rule interpretations as well as providing guidance for political action committees. He uses his legal background at the legislature to assist clients with interpretations of the law and legislative drafting.
Thomas was raised in Mint Hill, North Carolina. He graduated from NC State University with a degree in public relations and a minor in political science. He attended Loyola University School of Law in New Orleans where he was a member of the Moot Court Board, the Moot Court competition team and an editor of the Maritime Law Review.
Thomas has a background in litigation and still handles a variety of legal matters in addition to his lobbying work. He is a member of the North Carolina and Wake County Bar Associations as well as the North Carolina Professional Lobbyist Association. He is a North Carolina Dispute Resolution Center certified mediator handling both civil and Workers' Compensation cases. He serves on several boards and commissions including the Parks, Recreation and Greenway Advisory Board for the City of Raleigh and is on the Board of Directors for Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina.
Thomas lives in Raleigh with his wife Jessica and their daughter and son.