Ayo Alston-Moore is an associate in the Litigation Practice Group, where she represents clients in various litigation matters, including matters involving employment discrimination and artists’ rights claims. Ms. Alston-Moore’s work and experience spans all phases of litigation in state and federal courts and in arbitration. Ms. Alston-Moore is committed to zealously advocating for her clients’ state and federal constitutional rights, particularly in situations involving abuses of power.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Alston-Moore gained extensive trial and emergency hearing experience while she vigorously prosecuted over two hundred abuse and neglect cases for the City of New York. She began her post-law-school career as a judicial law clerk for Judge Andrea G. Carter in the New Jersey Superior Court.
During law school, Ms. Alston-Moore was a student advocate in the employment law clinic, where she evaluated potential employment discrimination and wage claims. She also interned at federal and state prosecutors’ offices in New York City, where she assisted in the prosecution of high-profile criminal cases.
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