Paul Moore is a litigator who practices primarily in state and local tax controversies. He has handled a wide variety of tax matters, representing clients in property, transaction privilege and use tax disputes before state and local taxing authorities, the Arizona Tax Court, and the Arizona Court of Appeals and Supreme Courts.
He represents taxpayers owning state-assessed properties such as telecommunications companies, electric generation facilities and airlines, and all types of locally-assessed real and personal property including hotels, shopping malls, department stores, high-rise office buildings and campuses, apartment complexes, theaters, residential subdivisions, commercial greenhouses, land and hospitals. He is rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell, and enjoys an excellent reputation with his peers and the bench. As one judge noted, “Mr. Moore is a very experienced tax attorney. He is always prepared and professional in the courtroom. I recommend him very strongly.”
Paul is originally from Manchester, England. He holds doctorate and undergraduate degrees in chemistry. He came “stateside” to Texas in 1986 for a year of teaching undergraduate chemistry, but while there he met his future wife Janet and the rest, as they say, is history. Paul became a US citizen in 1997. In his life before the law, he worked for 6 years as an environmental/analytical chemist for a Fortune 500 Company.
Paul and Janet have been married for more than 20 years and are the proud parents of two children. In his spare time, Paul can often be found in the early weekend hours shouting at a television as he follows the exploits of his hometown heroes, Manchester United.
Professional and Community Activities
Member, Board of Directors for New Song Center for Grieving Children
Volunteer, University of Arizona College of Law
Member, American Bar Association
Member, State Bar of Arizona
U.S. District Court (Arizona)
Education and Honors
J.D., summa cum laude, Order of the Coif, University of Arizona, 1999
Ph.D., University of North Texas, 1990
B.Sc., with honors, The City University, London, 1985
Senior Articles Editor, Arizona Law Review (1999)
Author: Physician-Assisted Suicide: Does “The End” Justify The Means?, 40 ARIZ. L. Rev. 1471 (1998)