A well-placed source in Australia's legal fraternity told Daily Mail Australia Mr Moses was 'held in high esteem' by his colleagues and is very well respected.
'Lawyers who work with him regard him as meticulous and methodical,' the source said.
'He is very structured and disciplined and conducts his practice in a quasi-military style.'
Mr Moses is an esteemed Sydney lawyer who also has a passion for fitness and the Parramatta Eels
As well as his dedication to his legal work - which has seen him serve as the president of both the NSW Bar Association and Law Council of Australia - Mr Moses is a fitness junkie.
'He is very keen on personal fitness, he's extremely fit and runs up to 10km most days,' the source said.
'That makes you a little sharper, able to focus and cope with long hours by having that sort of fitness balance.
'He really is one of the most methodical and meticulous in the law - very rigorous and focused in his work.'
In an article dating back to 2017, the barrister described himself as 'persistent, loyal and annoying'.
Mr Moses has been practising law for more than 25 years and is currently representing Ben Roberts-Smith (pictured together) in his defamation trial against Nine newspapers
He also revealed his deep love for the Parramatta Eels NRL club, saying his happiest moments were when the team was winning grand finals in the 1980s.
When asked what his favourite song was he responded 'Midnight Oil's 'Beds are Burning'' and said that in the event his life was to be turned into a movie he'd want 'Mr Bean' star Rowan Atkinson to play himself.
But Mr Moses almost lived a completely different life and revealed his father wanted him to be a mechanic and leave school at the age of 15.
'My mother persuaded him that I should be allowed to finish school,' he said in the article with legal magazine Justinian.
He credited his late mother as the most influential person in his life.
'She could not read or write but was the wisest and strongest person I have known,' he said.
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