David B. Moore specializes in conflict management and constructive communication. He holds postgraduate degrees in political and economic history and psychosocial theory. David taught history and politics at Melbourne University and Charles Sturt University, where he also coordinated Justice Studies and was centrally involved in pioneering reforms using the Conferencing process in justice and education systems. He worked in the Queensland Premier’s Department before co-founding Transformative Justice Australia in 1995. From 1996 - 2002, David taught with TJA in Australia, North America and Europe, and provided conflict management services for Australian organisations. This work inspired David Williamson’s The Jack Manning Trilogy (1999-2001). David’s recent publications include Transforming Conflict (2000) and The Jack Manning Trilogy: A study guide (2003).