Tanisia “Tee” Moore: 5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me When I First Became An Attorney
The practice of law is important, but knowing the business of law is equally important; if not more. As I shared before the law is ever changing and you will always be a student of the practice of law. However, if you’re going to hang your own shingle or work at a firm, you will need to understand that you’re a business. Make sure you act accordingly.
As a part of my series about “5 things I wish someone told me when I first became an attorney” I had the pleasure of interviewing Tanisia “Tee” Moore
Tanisia “Tee” Moore makes up one half of Moore and Young Legal Solutions, a virtual based law firm that specializes in trademarks, copyrights, and contracts for authors, social media influencers, and other creative entrepreneurs.
Thank you so much for joining us! Our readers would love to get to know you a bit more. What is the “backstory” that brought you to this particular career path in Law?
Thank you for having me! My interest in the law began when I was visiting my godmother in California. She had her bar prep books out on her dining room table. I remember sitting down looking through the pages and was immediately drawn into what I was reading. After that I made the decision to pursue getting a law degree once I graduated from Clark Atlanta University with my Bachelor’s degree.
Can you share the funniest or most interesting story that occurred to you in the course of your law career?
My law partner and I love to share how we meet and became friends. We meet on through a large group chat on the GroupMe app back in late 2017. There was a conversation going on and we realized we went to the same law school but at different times. She sent me a direct message saying that it was nice to meet another lawyer mama. The rest is history! We became quick friends who turned into family.
One day I asked her if she wanted to come work at the law firm with me. She has such a sharp legal mind and we worked well…