Dr Moore is a Consultant Neuropsychologist and a Clinical Psychologist. He is Health Care Professions Council registered and has over fifteen years experience working in Clinical Psychology in the NHS. He has a degree in psychology, post graduate qualifications in mental health and psychotherapy, a doctorate in clinical psychology and a post doctorate qualification in Clinical Neuropsychology. He has worked in acquired brain injury and stroke services in North Devon, and in both inpatient and community neuro-rehabilitation services in Exeter. He has also worked in autism his entire working life and held the position of Clinical Lead for the National Autistic Society from 2010-2013 in addition to his NHS work. He has presented at national a national conference on the neuropsychology of autism. He was also appointed as a Consultant Neuropsychologist at the Royal Devon and Exeter hospital on a randomised controlled trial for medication aiming to delay mild cognitive impairment. He has taught the doctoral trainee Clinical Psychologists at both Exeter University and Plymouth University. He is a ‘special medical visitor’ on behalf of the Lord Chancellor for the Court of Protection. He has ten years experience of medicolegal expert witness work. He is the director of medicolegal-psychology-neuropsychology ltd. His specialist neuropsychology role means that he regularly assesses patients with autism and patients with neuropsychological injury for the purposes of medical-legal matters. He produces approximately 50 expert witness neuropsychological reports per year for claimant and defendant.