Professor Moorman has published articles on special legal issues affecting management decision-making in the William and Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, the Journal of Individual Employment Rights, Accounting, Management, and Information Technology, and the West Virginia Law Review. Prior to joining the Elon faculty, she served on the faculty at The University of Memphis as an Assistant Professor of Law. In addition, she was an Associate Professor of Business Law and Chair of the Division of Business and Economics at Doane College in Crete, Nebraska, where she received the 2008 Outstanding Teacher Award. Professor Moorman graduated Order of the Coif from the West Virginia University College of Law and served as an articles editor for the West Virginia Law Review. Before attending law school, Professor Moorman was a bank officer at First of America Bank in Indianapolis, Indiana and AmeriTrust in Cleveland, Ohio.
Professor Moorman serves as the faculty advisor for Elon Women in Business, a campus-wide student organization.
BUS 221: The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business
ACC 482: Business Law and Accounting Ethics
MBA 546: Employment Law
Steven J. Mulroy & Amy H. Moorman, Raising the Floor of Company Conduct: Deriving Public Policy from the Constitution in an Employment-At-Will Arena, 41 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2014).
Amy H. Moorman, Let’s Roll: Applying Land-Based Notions of Property to the Migrating Barrier Islands, 31 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 459 (2007).
Amy H. Moorman, Making the World a Better Place: Business Ethics as a Capstone Class, 14 Ass’n Collegiate Bus. Schools and Programs Proc. 119 (2002).
James Denton, Lutfus Sayeed, Amy Moorman, & Nichelle Perkins, Using Neural Networks to Classify Employees for Tax Purposes, 5 Accounting, Management, and Information Technology 123 (1995).
Amy H. Moorman, Employer Regulation of Off-Duty Smoking: Meeting the Needs of Employers and Employees with Smoking Cessation Programs, 3 J. Individual Employment Rts. 243 (1994-95).
Amy H. Moorman, Comment, International Union v. Johnson Controls, Inc.: Sex-Specific Fetal Protection Policies of Employers are Prohibited by Title VII as Amended by The Pregnancy Discrimination Act, 94 W. Va. L. Rev. 237 (1991).