Hal Moroz is an Attorney & Counselor at Law who has served as a county judge and city chief judge in the State of Georgia. He is a retired U.S. Army airborne Infantry officer, legal educator, and practicing attorney. Hal has represented individual clients and small, medium and large businesses in a variety of legal matters. And his practice in the law has ranged from small claims courts to the Supreme Court of the United States.
Judge Moroz has served on the faculty of Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, Florida, and the State Bar of Georgia's Institute for Continuing Legal Education (ICLE). He served as Special Counsel to the Georgia Republican Party's First Congressional District Committee in the 2000 primary and general elections, and went on to serve as a Presidential Ballot Inspector/Observer during the 2000 "recount" in Florida. Following the 2000 election, Judge Moroz was a candidate for federal judgeships in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. Judge Moroz is also a prolific writer, having authored numerous legal articles, weekly legal newspaper columns, and books.
He is particularly fond of two books he has written, Living a Godly Life by Hal Moroz (published in 2013) and The New Knighthood by Hal Moroz (published in 2002).
Additional literary works of Judge Moroz include an Introduction to The Rough Riders by Theodore Roosevelt, and an Introduction & Notes to Sir James Knowles' The Legends of King Arthur and His Knights.