Pre-Law faculty advisors


The Pre-Law program is a pathway to law school and your advisors are here to help you make decisions about your Pre-Law studies, experiences and attending law school.  As a student within the Pre-Law program you will meet with you advisor at the beginning of each semester to create your roadmap through the law school admissions process and to establish the necessary course selections that you will need to be adequately prepared you for law school. Meeting with your advisor will fulfill your requirement for the Pre-Law Advising Seminar, which is a part of the required course selection.

Matt Koenigs

Matt Koenigs, J.D.
Pre-Law Faculty Advisor
B.A., Western Washington University
J.D., University of Washington

Contact: 425.249.4736, Matt.Koenigs@TLC.edu



Ed Moats

Ed Moats, J.D.
Pre-Law Faculty Advisor
M.S., Mathematics, Western Washington University
M.A., Philosophy, University of Missouri & Colorado State University
J.D., Case Western Reserve University

Courses taught: Law, Logic, Mathematics, Philosophy

Before moving to Washington, Edwin F. Moats served as an Assistant District Attorney in Colorado and an Assistant Attorney General in Missouri. In Washington he has served as Policy Counsel for the House of Representatives and as Legislative Analyst for the Snohomish County Council. He also has 13 years of experience teaching mathematics, law, logic, and philosophy in Washington colleges, and has one published paper on the Precalculus Presentation of Complex Numbers. In addition to teaching at Trinity, Moats is currently a registered lobbyist and serves as a public affairs consultant.