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Kayla M. Moor

Kayla M. Moor


Princeton, NJ

How Kayla Helps Clients

Kayla is a member of Buchanan's Healthcare Litigation Section.

Prior to joining Buchanan, Kayla was a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Michael J. Haas of the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division. In that role, Kayla researched and authored bench memorandum on a variety of civil and criminal topics, providing analysis and recommendations to a three judge panel.

In law school, Kayla worked as an in-house legal intern at a publicly held corporation. Kayla's responsibilities included drafting and reviewing numerous contracts, performing due diligence in the context of an acquisition, and researching and working on state and federal compliance issues.

Kayla has a passion for public service. While attending law school, she co-lead the Planning Estates Pro Bono Project which provides estate planning services to senior residents of Camden County.

What Clients Can Expect

Kayla is detail oriented and committed to achieving her clients’ objectives. Furthermore, Kayla’s strong research and writing skills and diligence give her the ability to meet her clients’ needs, regardless of the complexity of the issues at hand. Kayla strives to bring a personable and thoughtful approach to any matter.  

Outside the Office

When not working, Kayla enjoys spending time outside, traveling, exploring new restaurants, and attending shows and concerts. She also enjoys spending quality time with her family, friends, and two rescue cats.

Proof Points

  • Clerked for the Honorable Michael J. Haas, New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division Judge.
  • As a member of the Rutgers University Law Review, Kayla edited law review articles as a Staff Editor and oversaw all aspects of the comment competition as the State Constitutional Law Editor.
  • Teaching Assistant for Estates and Trusts and Estate Planning Courses at Rutgers Law School.

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