The Game Changer in Trial Advocacy Education
Charlotte, NC
June 3-5, 2018
Santa Fe, NM
August 26-28, 2018
FT. Worth Stockyards, TX
November 7-9, 2024

Harvey A. Moore, Ph.D.

Tampa, FL

Harvey A. Moore, Ph.D., is the President of Trial Practices, Inc. and HMA, Inc., both full service litigation consulting firms aiding attorneys and clients in thematic development of case issues, trial communication strategies, voir dire, jury selection, witness evaluation and training, development of computer graphics and demonstrative exhibits, and other applied, social science consultation. Dr. Moore has provided research and consulting services to attorneys and clients continually since 1975. Today, he is one of a handful of national jury consultants called upon to advise litigants on major lawsuits across the country. He has consulted on cases as far away as Melbourne, Australia and the Hague in the Netherlands. His work has been featured on television news shows such as A Current Affair, 60 Minutes, 48 Hours, Dateline and CNN while the BBC did a special on his firm. You might visit his websites to see the distinguished team of scientists, artists and Emmy Award-winning journalists assembled to evaluate and develop stories for trial.

Dr. Moore served as a Captain in the U.S. Army Signal Corp until 1974 and then joined the tenured faculty at the University of South Florida, Department of Sociology, in Tampa, Florida, from 1974 to 1993. During that period, he served the Director of the University of South Florida Human Resources Institute from 1979 to 1983, Assistant to the President from 1982 to 1984, and from 1982 to 1986, the Deputy Director for Research at the Florida Mental Health Institute. His areas of teaching and research expertise include Sociology of Law, jury behavior, venue evaluation, community standards, survey research, and deviant behavior. Dr. Moore received a Bachelor of Arts from Knox College in 1968, a Master of Science degree from Illinois State University in 1969, the Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University in 1972.