Dylan Moore is a Litigation Fellow at the Institute for Justice. He returns to IJ after working as a Dave Kennedy Fellow in the summer of 2020.
Before coming back to IJ, Dylan clerked for the Honorable Robert T. Numbers, II, of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina. He also spent a summer as a Legal Intern at the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression.
Dylan—a native Midwesterner—received his undergraduate degree in business economics and public policy from Indiana University. He went on to graduate from the University of Chicago Law School. During law school, he served as the Executive Articles Editor for the University of Chicago Legal Forum, the university’s topical law journal.
Home and business owners only found out their properties were branded as “slum or blighted” long after the time to legally challenge the label in state court passed
Ocean Springs, Mississippi declared properties in parts of the city blighted slums in a secretive process. Now, property owners are suing to protect their homes, businesses, and a church.