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Joseph F. Rice School of Law


Gary P. Moore

Title: Assistant Dean for Academic Technology
Department: Academic Technology
Joseph F. Rice School of Law
Phone: 803-777-8296

1525 Senate Street
Columbia, SC 29208

Gary Moore


Gary Moore has been with the University of South Carolina Joseph F. Rice School of Law since August 2012. He is responsible for establishing the School of Law’s academic technology strategy and implementing technologies that enhance teaching, learning, and scholarship within the law school. Gary also provides oversight of information technology systems, equipment, and services for the School of Law.

He is also the Executive Director for TechInLaw, the Technology, Innovation and Law Collaborative.  Gary oversees programming for TechInLaw ,including TechInLaw's Symposiums, as well as administrating the School of Law’s TechInLaw LegalTech CLE Seminar Series, which was started in the fall of 2015. The series features prominent guest speakers discussing how technology and innovation affect the law and legal services.

He is also a member of several University of South Carolina committees and working groups   Gary is a past chair and current member of the unITe working group which is a collaborative effort comprised of a broad cross-section of senior academic and administrative IT Directors from across the institution.  He is also a member of the University Division of IT's Technical Review Board (TRB) and is also currently co-chair of the University's Information Technology Community (ITC). 

Gary received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Hofstra University and is a member of IEEE and IAPP. Over the years, he has given several presentations for the annual conference for the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI).  The Joseph F. Rice School of Law hosted the annual CALI conference in the summer of 2019.  Gary is located in Room 202F and encourages the entire law school community to come visit him and discuss any technology needs or concerns.

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