Foundation for Moral Law

Foundation for Moral Law

Kayla Moore President

kayla@morallaw.org

Kayla serves as the President of the Foundation for Moral Law. She is the wife of our founder, Judge Roy Moore, to whom she has been happily married for 38 years. Kayla graduated Southside High School in 1979, and shortly after, attended Jacksonville State University and The University of Alabama. Kayla won many achievements in pageantry, including Former Miss Alabama World Most Photogenic, 2nd Runner up Miss Alabama US Teen. She has extensive business experience in business management and administrative oversight. She has been President of the Foundation since 2012 and served various roles within the organization before then. She is a nationally recognized speaker and writer.

Col. John Eidsmoe Senior Counsel and Resident Scholar

eidsmoeja@juno.com

John Eidsmoe is a retired Air Force Lt. Colonel and Judge Advocate and a retired Mississippi State Guard Colonel and Chaplain. He is a Professor of Constitutional Law at the Oak Brook College of Law & Government Policy, and a Professor of Christian Apologetics for the Institute of Lutheran Theology and Chafer Theological Seminary. In his various teaching roles, his students have awarded him Outstanding Professor and Professor of the Year five times. He has served as Senior Staff Attorney with the Alabama Supreme Court and has filed numerous amicus briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court and other federal courts. He is an ordained pastor with the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations, for which he serves as Director of Military Chaplaincy, and pastors two rural Alabama churches. He is Chairman of the Board of the Plymouth Rock Foundation, a Board member of Lutherans for Life, Commander of a local American Legion Post, and is Grand Officer, Knight Commander, and Chaplain with the Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem. He has authored 16 books, including Historical & Theological Foundations of Law (3 vols.), Christianity & the Constitution, Columbus & Cortez, and God & Caesar, and has produced numerous DVD albums, including the Institute on the Constitution. He hosts the radio program Constitution Classroom and speaks worldwide for churches and civic organizations. He is a Third Degree Black Belt with the American Taekwondo Foundation and a Fifth Degree Black Belt with the Gospel Martial Arts Union. He and his wife Marlene have been married since 1970, have three children (David, Kirsten, and Justin), and live in rural Pike Road, Alabama.

Caleb Elisha Moore Executive Director

caleb@morallaw.org

Caleb serves as the Executive Director of the Foundation for Moral Law. He is a graduate of Troy University with a bachelor's degree in social sciences. Caleb began his journey with the Foundation in 2014 and has served in various roles from Secretary to Executive Director during his nine-year term. Caleb oversees all employees at the Foundation, manages donor data, organizes mailings, and performs many other administrative obligations. He also owns a small consulting firm where he continues to promote liberty and freedom in the political arena. He is currently in the process of applying to law school and plans to carry on the work of the Foundation for future generations.

Talmadge Butts Lead Staff Attorney

talmadge@morallaw.org

Talmadge grew up in Reform, Alabama where he graduated from Pickens County High School. He has always loved the outdoors and participated in scouting from an early age, eventually achieving the rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America. He graduated summa cum laud with Honors from the University of Alabama with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. He then attended Faulkner University's Jones School of Law where he participated in moot court nationally, was an Articles Editor on the Faulkner Law Review's Executive Board, and was a Sir Edward Coke Fellow with the Blackstone and Burke Center. He now lives in Montgomery, Alabama where he is a member of Gateway Baptist Church. As the Foundation's Lead Staff Attorney, he oversees the firm's nationwide case management, ensures all legal work is properly edited and formatted for filing, and researches and writes legal briefs, motions, and other court filings.

Katrinnah Darden Staff Attorney

katrinnah@morallaw.org

Katrinnah grew up in a homeschooling family of twelve in Montgomery, Alabama. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Huntingdon College at just 15 years old. At 19, she graduated from Faulkner University's Jones School of Law and became the youngest lawyer in Alabama's recorded history. She served as Executive Editor of the Faulkner Law Review and was a Sir Edward Coke Fellow with the Blackstone and Burke Center. During law school, she married her husband, John. As the Foundation's newest attorney, she helps defend the Constitution through our national amicus work.

Lonnie Hollon Secretary

lonnie@morallaw.org

Lonnie Hollon is serving as the Foundation's Professional Secretary. Lonnie graduated top of her class from Victory Christian Academy in May 2021 with numerous academic honors. Lonnie is a member of the First Baptist Church of Posey Crossroads and does various volunteer work with the church. She is also an avid softball player, playing most of her life and now with her church league. She is enrolled at Auburn University at Montgomery on an academic scholarship while working full-time for the Foundation for Moral Law. She plans to continue working here while completing her schooling and seeking the Lord's direction for her professional career.

Kayla Moore President

kayla@morallaw.org

Kayla serves as the President of the Foundation for Moral Law. She is the wife of our founder, Judge Roy Moore, to whom she has been happily married for 38 years. Kayla graduated Southside High School in 1979, and shortly after, attended Jacksonville State University and The University of Alabama. Kayla won many achievements in pageantry, including Former Miss Alabama World Most Photogenic, 2nd Runner up Miss Alabama US Teen. She has extensive business experience in business management and administrative oversight. She has been President of the Foundation since 2012 and served various roles within the organization before then. She is a nationally recognized speaker and writer.

Col. John Eidsmoe Senior Counsel and Resident Scholar

eidsmoeja@juno.com

John Eidsmoe is a retired Air Force Lt. Colonel and Judge Advocate and a retired Mississippi State Guard Colonel and Chaplain. He is a Professor of Constitutional Law at the Oak Brook College of Law & Government Policy, and a Professor of Christian Apologetics for the Institute of Lutheran Theology and Chafer Theological Seminary. In his various teaching roles, his students have awarded him Outstanding Professor and Professor of the Year five times. He has served as Senior Staff Attorney with the Alabama Supreme Court and has filed numerous amicus briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court and other federal courts. He is an ordained pastor with the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations, for which he serves as Director of Military Chaplaincy, and pastors two rural Alabama churches. He is Chairman of the Board of the Plymouth Rock Foundation, a Board member of Lutherans for Life, Commander of a local American Legion Post, and is Grand Officer, Knight Commander, and Chaplain with the Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem. He has authored 16 books, including Historical & Theological Foundations of Law (3 vols.), Christianity & the Constitution, Columbus & Cortez, and God & Caesar, and has produced numerous DVD albums, including the Institute on the Constitution. He hosts the radio program Constitution Classroom and speaks worldwide for churches and civic organizations. He is a Third Degree Black Belt with the American Taekwondo Foundation and a Fifth Degree Black Belt with the Gospel Martial Arts Union. He and his wife Marlene have been married since 1970, have three children (David, Kirsten, and Justin), and live in rural Pike Road, Alabama.

Caleb Elisha Moore Executive Director

caleb@morallaw.org

Caleb serves as the Executive Director of the Foundation for Moral Law. He is a graduate of Troy University with a bachelor's degree in social sciences. Caleb began his journey with the Foundation in 2014 and has served in various roles from Secretary to Executive Director during his nine-year term. Caleb oversees all employees at the Foundation, manages donor data, organizes mailings, and performs many other administrative obligations. He also owns a small consulting firm where he continues to promote liberty and freedom in the political arena. He is currently in the process of applying to law school and plans to carry on the work of the Foundation for future generations.

Talmadge Butts Lead Staff Attorney

talmadge@morallaw.org

Katrinnah Darden Staff Attorney

katrinnah@morallaw.org

Katrinnah grew up in a homeschooling family of twelve in Montgomery, Alabama. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Huntingdon College at just 15 years old. At 19, she graduated from Faulkner University's Jones School of Law and became the youngest lawyer in Alabama's recorded history. She served as Executive Editor of the Faulkner Law Review and was a Sir Edward Coke Fellow at Jones. During law school, she married her husband, John. As the Foundation's newest attorney, she helps defend the Constitution through our national amicus work.

Lonnie Hollon Secretary

lonnie@morallaw.org

Lonnie Hollon is serving as the Foundation's Professional Secretary. Lonnie graduated top of her class from Victory Christian Academy in May 2021 with numerous academic honors. Lonnie is a member of the First Baptist Church of Posey Crossroads and does various volunteer work with the church. She is also an avid softball player, playing most of her life and now with her church league. She is enrolled at Auburn University at Montgomery on an academic scholarship while working full-time for the Foundation for Moral Law. She plans to continue working here while completing her schooling and seeking the Lord's direction for her professional career.

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On Nov. 29, the Sixth Circuit decided Doster v. Kendall...

On Oct. 3, our founder argued at the Fifth Circuit...

We filed an amicus brief on behalf of Navy personnel who...

Last term, we submitted amicus briefs in four Supreme Court...

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Montgomery, AL 36103

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Montgomery, AL 36103