Greg Zoeller (pronounced ZELL-ur) was elected Indiana's 42nd Attorney General November 2008 and sworn into office January 12, 2009. Zoeller was reelected to a second term in November 2012 and sworn into office January 14, 2013.
Prior to that, Greg Zoeller served as the chief deputy AG to his predecessor, Attorney General Steve Carter, making him the first attorney general to have served in the AG’s Office prior to being elected. A commitment to service marks the career of Attorney General Zoeller. With a focus on consumer protection, Greg has expanded the Do Not Call law to include cell phones, increased the legal protections for teachers in returning discipline to the classroom and protected homeowners facing foreclosures. By battling scam artists with proactive investigations, the Attorney General has made Indiana known as a state that consumer predators want to avoid. An advocate for the most vulnerable in society, Attorney General Zoeller organizes an annual competition among lawyers and law firms called March Against Hunger that raises food donations to support Indiana’s food banks.
Greg Zoeller for ten years worked as an executive assistant to Dan Quayle – first in Senator Quayle’s U.S. Senate office, and then in the Office of the Vice President of the United States. He also served in other government capacities and was in private practice for 10 years before joining the AG Carter’s office.
Having studied as an undergraduate at both Purdue University and Indiana University, Greg holds “dual citizenship” as both a Boilermaker and an IU Hoosier. He earned his law degree from the Indiana University School of Law at Bloomington in 1982.
Greg and his wife Kerrie have three children and live in Indianapolis.