Moloy Good founded the Good Law Clinic in January of 2013 in order to provide high quality legal services to traditionally underrepresented clients. Mr. Good is also a member of the Portland Human Rights Commission, joining the HRC in 2008.
Prior to forming the Good Law Clinic, Mr. Good worked for the Fair Housing Council of Oregon, a highly regarded private non-profit dedicated to furthering the cause of fair housing through education, outreach, and enforcement. Over the course of nine years, Mr. Good served as FHCO's Executive Director, Litigation Director and Enforcement Coordinator. Previously, he worked as a staff attorney for Legal Aid Services of Oregon. He helped defend people against evictions, but also negotiated with landlords to avoid evictions.
Mr. Good's commitment to civil rights began while he was growing up in a small town in the Pacific Northwest. He experienced and witnessed much of the ignorance that leads to bigotry and prejudice. In high school, he decided to pursue a career that would allow him to combat this intolerance. During college he contented to pursue this goal by studying about the civil rights movement, eventually writing his senior thesis on this subject. He chose to attend Howard University School of Law because of its long and distinguished history as a catalyst for the expansion of civil rights. His work with the Good Law Clinic allows him to use his legal education to help defend and further the cause of civil rights.