Robert Taj Moore

Robert Taj Moore


Brown University (A.B., 2011)
Harvard Law School (J.D., 2015)

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New York

Taj Moore is an Associate in Morrison & Foerster’s Global Privacy + Data Security Group. His practice focuses on managing privacy and data security risks and helping clients develop comprehensive, practical programs that balance legal compliance and commercial realities. In the data security context, he advises on breach preparedness and response, regulatory investigations, and litigation.

Prior to joining Morrison & Foerster, Mr. Moore served as a law clerk to Chief Justice Stuart J. Rabner of the Supreme Court of New Jersey. Before then, he worked at an international law firm, where he advised on issues involving economic sanctions, export control, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. He also served as a contributor to Lawfare, the popular blog published by the Lawfare Institute in cooperation with the Brookings Institution. As a contributor, he authored posts related to California’s Electronic Communications Privacy Act and a proposed bill that would amend the Freedom of Information Act and its disclosure requirements.

Mr. Moore earned his A.B. from Brown University and his J.D. from Harvard Law School, where he served as an editor of both the National Security Journal and the Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review and co-director of the National Security Research Committee. He co-authored “Balancing Privacy and Public Safety in the Post-Snowden Era,” forthcoming in the Cambridge Handbook of Surveillance Law.

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