Before joining Beranbaum Menken, Marielle “Maui” Moore was a Policy Analyst with the Office of the Inspector General for the NYPD, a New York City government agency charged with investigating, reviewing, studying, auditing, and making recommendations relating to the operations, policies, and practices of the NYPD. Her paper on the launch of a police body-worn camera program in Washington, DC was published in the Seattle Journal for Social Justice.

Marielle graduated magna cum laude from the University of Miami School of Law in May of 2014. During law school, she worked on several social justice legal issues, including permanent guardianship for incapacitated former foster youth, LGBTQ rights, and disability discrimination. She is licensed to practice law in Florida and New York and currently sits on the LGBTQ Rights Committee of the New York City Bar Association. Marielle is also a member of the LGBT Bar Association of New York (LeGaL).