Greg Zoeller served as Indiana’s 42nd Attorney General (2009-2017) and previously as the Chief Deputy. His public service also includes senior staff positions in the United States Senate, the Department of Justice and the White House (1989-1991). His private practice includes areas of international trade, insurance claims management and general corporate counsel.
In elected office, General Zoeller led numerous settlement negotiations for the state and served on several executive committees in complex, multistate cases. As Chief Deputy Attorney General, Zoeller developed and led the Advisory and Alternative Dispute Resolution section of the office and personally resolved disputes involving the state. A certified mediator since 1991, Zoeller served as an Administrative Law Judge in municipal government providing a range of experience in dispute resolution in every area of government.
TRAINING / CONSULTING
In creating the ADR section of the Office of the Attorney General, Zoeller developed a training program for deputies that included mediation and negotiation techniques which reduced caseloads and the average length of litigation. An advocate for ADR within the National Association of Attorneys General, Greg was a board member since inception of the National Attorney General Training and Research Institute (NAGTRI). Having been known for his ability to work with elected officials of both parties, professional staff, private litigators and corporate management, Zoeller is also brought in to consult on issues specifically involving state Attorneys General as well as other state and federal matters.
Greg Zoeller received his law degree from Indiana University School of Law in Bloomington. His undergraduate studies began at Purdue University in computer science and he received his B.A. from I.U. in forensic studies. A lifelong learner, Zoeller has also served as an adjunct faculty at Indiana University, Purdue University in Indianapolis teaching in the political science department and at the I.U. – McKinney Law School in Indianapolis where he teaches U.S. Constitutional Law for foreign lawyer in the LL.M. program. He has also been a frequent lecturer at the George Mason University’s Scalia Law School and serves on the board of the Attorney General Education Program in the Center for Law and Economics.
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