Henry Moon, a lecturer at Michigan Law, is an assistant United States attorney in Detroit, where he focuses on national security and violent crime. He currently serves as the deputy chief of the office's General Crimes Unit.

Previously, Moon spent one year as a litigation associate at a law firm in Washington, DC. He also served as an active duty Air Force officer for seven years, including deploying as an embedded trainer to the Iraqi Army in Al Anbar Province, Iraq, and working at Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe, NATO’s military headquarters in Belgium. 

He regularly teaches national security law and cybersecurity law and policy at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.