Holly Moore was raised in the quaint and rural town of Twain Harte located in the heart of the Sierra Nevada Mountains near Yosemite National Park and Tahoe.
Holly completed a Political Science degree at Point Loma Nazarene University located in San Diego, California. While attending college she received recognition as a service sorority member of Chi Delta Psi, and was a national debating champion. She received numerous speaking awards in her capacity as a parliamentary debater.
During Holly’s senior year of undergraduate work at PLNU she was invited to complete a semester at Amercian University ‘s Public Law program in Washinton DC. While attending AU for the semester Holly interned for Riverside County Congresswoman, Mary Bono and was given many once in a lifetime opportunities during her stint as a congressional intern, including the opportunity to meet and discuss constitutional issues with United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
Holly attended Western State University where she earned her Juris Doctor Degree. While attending law school Holly was involved in Moot Court, as well as several charitable organizations including the Animal legal defense fund. After earning her Juris Doctor Degree she was admitted to practice law for the State of California.
Holly’s mission in representing her clients is to give them a level of compassion and understanding that so many attorneys do not afford their clients. She says “my clients are often at the worst point in their lives. Many, if not all attorneys are competent, and some are excellent litigators and will provide aggressive representation, but family law clients need more than just an aggressive attorney, they need compassion, understanding, and sometimes just a listening ear.”
Holly makes it her focus to not only provide aggressive legal representation, but to also offer accessibility to her clients and give them the level of compassion that they need.