Attorney Richard Moore Receives 2014 Distinguished Service Award

UC Law honors excellence in service and community engagement

April 1, 2014

Frost Brown Todd's Richard Moore is the recipient of the 2014 Distinguished Service Award in recognition of his contributions to the legal profession. The award, given by the University of Cincinnati Law Review at its annual Alumni Banquet in Covington on April 3, is a tribute to Moore’s excellence in service and community engagement.

Richard Moore is a member in Frost Brown Todd’s Cincinnati office and part of the law firm’s labor and employment, and workers’ compensation practice groups. He defends clients in federal and state court and has assisted numerous clients in reaching beneficial resolution of claims through alternative dispute resolution.  A frequent lecturer and author, he covers topics related to employment law, workers' compensation, and electronic discovery. His extensive contribution and involvement span the legal community as well as the wider Cincinnati community. He is a former trustee of the Cincinnati Bar Association and the current chair of the CBA's Community Service Committee. He serves as board secretary for the Mercantile Library Association and is board chair of the Cancer Support Community of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. In addition, he is co-chair of the Greater Cincinnati Minority Counsel Program and a member of the Black Lawyers Association of Cincinnati.

Moore received his J.D. from the University of Cincinnati College of Law.  He was recognized as a Cincinnati Business Courier Forty Under 40 in 2002, has been included in the Ohio Super Lawyers Rising Stars®, and was a member of the 2011 Fellows Class of the Ohio State Bar Foundation. He was also chosen as a 2012 Leadership Council on Legal Diversity Fellow.