Christi Moore is a third-year law student at Mercer University School of Law in Macon, Georgia. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with an Ethnic Studies Interdisciplinary Minor from Davidson College in 2015. Christi proudly serves as the 2019-2020 President of the Mercer Law Chapter of the National Black Law Students Association (BLSA), operating under the theme Engage Empower Enlighten. As President of BLSA, Christi is focused on the academic, professional, and cultural development of the membership. Under her tenure, she instituted an unprecedented mentorship program for aspiring law students at Mercer University designed to prepare participants for the legal profession.
Christi is passionate about civic engagement and social action. She has experience organizing peaceful protests, has participated in civil rights marches, and founded the Social Justice Dialogue, an open forum for students to discuss justice for “all” in contemporary America, while attending Davidson College. Christi looks forward to continuing her zeal for social justice advocacy as an Oxford Scholar participating in an international Human Rights Consortium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in the Fall of 2019. Her post graduate plans include working in the Labor & Employment practice area to promote and uphold the laws enacted to protect the rights of employees. As a future practitioner, Christi understands the need for diversity in the legal profession and is committed to advancing that cause through support and encouragement of younger law students as well as those aspiring to the legal profession.
Christi is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. She is also a member of the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys (GABWA) as well as a proud alum of the Atlanta Bar Association’s Summer Law Internship Program, more affectionately known as “SLIP.” When she is not studying, she values the quality time shared with her family and friends in Atlanta or her home away from home, Southwest Georgia.