Attorney in Santa Monica, CA
Robert M .Moss has as a well established solo practice in multiple fields of law. He has had more than 25 jury trials. Has had 3 published and 2 unpublished appellate cases involving important issues for the community. He has an excellent support staff, including paralegal, and has access to investigators and forensic experts as needed. He has taught basic family law for the past several years at the Harriet Buhai Center for Family Law's Annual Volunteer Training Seminar and he spoke at the 2013 Seminar on his valuable, rewarding experience on the Center's Pro Bono Attorneys Panel for litigated cases. He has also spoken to children in classrooms in connection with the Constitutional Rights Foundation Lawyer in the Classroom Program and he was an attorney coach for Moot Court Competitions for 2 different local schools, one of which won their competition and the other finished second. He has lived with his wife and four children (who have all now reached adulthood) in Sherman Oaks, California.
Also: Recipient: Harriet Buhai Family Law Center Volunteer of Year Award (2008) and Certificate of Tribute (2005); Board of Governors Award for Providing Legal Services to Low Income Californians; State Bar of California Wiley W. Manuel Pro Bono Services Award Certificate for providing at last 50 hours per year of pro bono services to indigent Californians (has received this Award continuously for the past several years to present.
In law school, he received the West Publishing Award for finishing first in his first year class at Loyola Law School before transferring to the UCLA Law School from which he graduated with a JD in 1971.
As an undergraduate at UCLA, he was a member of the AEPi fraternity in which he served as its president for a term. He was also active in extracurricular activities, including rowing on the Freshman Crew Team and as a Freshman and Varsity Yell Leader. He was also a camp counselor and lifeguard both during the summer and on weekends while he was in college, and had many jobs on campus, including library monitor, parking attendant, audio-visual machine operator. He majored in psychology before going onto to law school.
Areas of Law:
-Labor and Employment
Experience & Credentials:
-Admitted in 1972, California and U.S. District Court, Central District of California
-1976, U.S. Supreme Court and U.S. District Court, Southern District of California
-1983, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of California and U.S. District Court, District of Arizona
-2005, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
Law School Attended:
UCLA Law School
Class of 1971
University of California, Los Angeles
Class of 1968
Born in 1947
Johnstown, Pennsylvania, February 8, 1947
Associations & Memberships:
Los Angeles County Bar Association; California Applicants Attorneys Association; Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles; American Bar Association
Hobbies & Interests:
All family related activities