Jamayrah “Jammy” Moore is a Summer Associate at Stark & Stark. Having attended Saint Elizabeth University for undergrad, Jamayrah will be a third-year law student at Rutgers Law School in Newark, New Jersey. Jamayrah has received a number of honors during her time at Rutgers Law School, including the NJSB Justice Marie L. Garibaldi Scholarship, ABA Legal Opportunity Scholarship, Association of Black Women Lawyers (NJ), and Rutgers Law Scholarship. She also serves as a Managing Editor of the Rutgers Religion and Law Journal and the Director of Advocacy and External Affairs for the Northeast Region of the National Black Law Student Association. Additionally, Jamayrah is an affiliate of the Rutgers Law School’s Minority Student Program, Street Law, the American Bar Association, the Association of Black Women in Law, and the Garden State Bar Association.
Since 2013, Jamayrah has served as CEO and Founder of My Life Movement in Trenton, NJ, a 501(c)3 non-profit, where she has curated partnerships with the NJ Corrections Department, YMCA, Age-out Angels, Children’s Home Society, Aids Resource Foundation, and secured $3000 annually through grant writing and fundraising campaigns.
Jamayrah has held various internships, including for the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office Department of Criminal Justice, the Honorable Siobhan A. Teare, J.S.C., and the District Office of Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman. She also served as a research assistant for the Rutgers Law School Civil Justice Clinic, where she performed legal research surrounding the COVID-19 Eviction Crisis on how it affected Black and Brown impoverished families in NJ and MI, as well as assisted with client interactions for an eviction case on the basis of discrimination. Jamayrah has also worked at Volunteer Lawyers for Justice (NJ). During her time there, she served as the legal assistant for VLJ’s Re-entry Legal Services Program, Children’s Representation Program, and the South Ward Promise Neighborhood Program.
Jamayrah has participated in several certificate programs, including the Council on Legal Education (CLEO) Pre-Law Summer Institute (2019), the Fairleigh Dickenson Paralegal Studies Programs (2019), the Seton Hall Law Summer Institute for Pre-Legal Studies (2017), and the Bianchi Law Group (2017).