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Taught by Greg Moeller
|Saturday, August 3||1 p.m.||Ricks 147|
Gregory W. Moeller received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, magna cum laude, from Brigham Young University, 1981-82 and 1984-87; Juris Doctorate, J. Reuben Clark Law School Brigham Young University, 1987-90.
He was a partner in the law firm of Rigby, Andrus & Moeller, Chartered, Rexburg, Idaho (1990-2009). He taught as an adjunct professor for BYU-Idaho (2007-09) teaching Communication 307-Media Law & Ethics. He has been a District Judge for the state of Idaho since 2009, presiding in Madison, Fremont, Teton, and Jefferson counties.
Moeller has been married to Kathy (Keck) of Ashton, Idaho since 1985. They have five children: two are married, one is serving a mission in Argentina, and their two youngest are still at home. They had their third grandchild in July.
Moeller enjoys reading, gardening, traveling, cooking, and making family videos. He has been a member of the BYU Cougar Club since 1990 and possibly has the largest hot sauce collection in Rexburg. He is a member of the Rexburg Rotary Club. His past Church service includes: full-time missionary in Nagoya, Japan (1982-84); scoutmaster; ward executive secretary; bishop's counselor (twice); stake executive secretary; counselor in a stake presidency; and president of the Rexburg, Idaho East Stake (2000-09). He has also served on the Rexburg Temple Committee and was chairman of the Rexburg Temple Youth Cultural Celebration (2007-08). Moeller is currently serving as a Sunday School teacher and a home teacher.
This class will explore how principles of justice and mercy apply in both gospel and legal settings. By comparing the procedural and substantive workings of ecclesiastical and civil courts, students will better appreciate the vital role of the Atonement in the Lord's plan of salvation. Class members will also discover the biblical roots of many modern laws and constitutional rights.