Bianca Moore
Mentorship & Capstone Co-Chair, NLC Louisiana

Bianca Moore currently serves as a staff attorney/ABA Center for Innovation Next Gen Bond advocacy Fellow at Orleans Public Defenders office and a 2019 fellow of New Leaders Council Louisiana, where she currently serves the chapter’s Alumni co-chair. Bianca is a 2016 graduate of Xavier University of Louisiana, a 2019 graduate of Loyola University New Orleans College of Law and a recent Louisiana bar admittee. As a law student, Bianca has worked as a law clerk for various organizations, such as the Louisiana Civil Justice Center and The Juror Project, founded by attorney William C. Snowden (2018 NLC alum and current director of Vera Institute New Orleans) and for several local judges and attorneys.

During law school, Bianca discovered that she was passionate about reforming the criminal justice system and dismantling the institutions that create and fuel the cycle of poverty, education disparity, and social violence in black and brown communities. As a staff attorney and bond advocacy fellow at Orleans Public Defender’s Office, she is able to do just that.

Her NLC capstone project focused on improving her blog ( and setting clear goals for making it the number one pre-law school resource for law students, especially minority law students in Louisiana. In her free time, Bianca performs with her dance company, Silhouette Dance Company, and serves as a dance coach for the Royal Diamond Divas. She also serves as a member of the New Homes Ministry Choral Ensemble, and as Spanish/College essay tutor.