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Employee photo Meet Bryan Charles Moore. This Dawson Springs native melds his knowledge of the law and love for how government works in his career as an education accountability investigator. A graduate of the University of Louisville and William & Mary Law School in Williamsburg, Va., Moore will mark two years of service in July with the Legislative Research Commission’s Office of Education Accountability. “It’s nice to apply legal principles to solve issues. It’s nice to be able to work in a legal field in a somewhat non-traditional setting. I really like the aspect of government process and the writing of the law,” he said. Moore and other investigators keep occupied with varying types of cases, he said. The agency has two divisions – research and investigation. The agency monitors the elementary and secondary public education system, and employees probe allegations of illegal activity, mismanagement and waste not adequately explained or addressed by local districts. “It’s pretty broad. I don’t have a typical case,” Moore explained. When Moore isn’t working, he enjoys playing the poker game of Texas Hold’em, going to live musicals and theatre productions and rooting on the University of Louisville’s sports teams. Moore’s animal companion is Albus, a 4-month old male hedgehog.