Hugh Moore Awarded Jac Chambliss Lifetime Achievement Award
Hugh Moore was awarded the Jac Chambliss Lifetime Achievement Award at the Chattanooga Bar Association‘s 125th Annual Meeting. According to the CBA, this recognition is given to an attorney who has demonstrated the highest standards of the legal professional, facilitated access to the justice system, served and supported the Chattanooga community, inspired respect and fellowship among the members of the profession, and maintained a high standard of ethics.
The award was presented by Jeffrey Maddux, who highlighted Hugh’s career, achievements, and dedication to serving the legal community. Hugh is a past board member of the Chattanooga Bar Association, was the former chairperson for the Tennessee Supreme Court’s Advisory Commission on the Rules of Practice and Procedure, and is a founding master of the American Inns of Court, Brock-Cooper chapter. He served as president of the Federal Bar Association, Chattanooga chapter, and has acted as the grand jury foreman for Hamilton County. He has been inducted as a Fellow of the American, Tennessee, and Chattanooga Bar Foundations, as well as the American College of Trial Lawyers. In addition, he currently serves on the Criminal Justice Act Mentor Panel and the board of the Orange Grove Foundation.
Hugh Moore is a member of the litigation section at Chambliss and has been practicing law for over 50 years. He focuses his practice on business litigation, criminal law, antitrust and trade regulation and airport law. Hugh has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America for bet-the-company litigation, commercial litigation, and municipal litigation, and by Mid-South Super Lawyers for civil litigation: defense. For more information on his experience and practice, visit Hugh’s bio.
Read the Hamilton County Herald article, “CBA Celebrates History, Honorees”.