David C. Moore

As a trial lawyer with a business and municipal law background, Dave understands the interrelationship of government and business, and applies his experience in contract and land use law to working in the court system.

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Dave Moore knows that municipalities, schools and businesses all share a priority: they want to operate efficiently, cost-effectively and lawfully. Offering them the benefit of more than three decades of experience, Dave serves as a key adviser and municipal lawyer to clients in both the public and the private sectors. In his practice he has built longstanding trusting relationships with clients, who rely on his legal knowledge and understanding of the law as it works in the local context.

Dave assists town officials with drafting ordinances and contracts, providing counsel on land use and zoning issues, and helping to manage the interrelationship of local government with other levels of government. He counsels school commissioners and administrators on policy formation, contracts, open meetings and student and public record laws, and, in general, provides legal advice directed toward pragmatic solutions.

As a trial lawyer with a business and municipal law background, Dave understands the interrelationship of government and business, and applies his experience in contract and land use law to working in the court system.

Dave is proud of his role in helping make Nowlan & Mouat Rock County’s premier law firm. Dave is a former President of the Rock County Bar Association, and currently serves as a Rock County Court Commissioner. He holds degrees from the University of Wisconsin Law School and Luther College. Dave serves on the board of Rock and Walworth County’s Head Start provider, Rock-Walworth Comprehensive Family Services, and on the Ethics Committee at St. Mary’s Janesville Hospital.  He also serves is the coordinator of adult education at St. John Lutheran Church, and is a member of the ELCA Attorneys Association, as well as the Wisconsin School Attorneys Association and the Wisconsin Towns Association.