Doug Moreau

Judge Doug Moreau has a most varied and interesting background. He served as an attorney, adjunct professor, elected judge, district attorney, mediator, and arbitrator. He enjoys an unblemished reputation as a value-driven, highly credible legal professional who understands that fairness is critical to the process of settlement. With an easy going, but confident, professional style, he is recognized by diverse constituencies as a major asset to the dispute resolution field.



Over Judge Moreau’s professional career, he served as an Assistant District Attorney for the 19th Judicial District from 1974 to 1978; Judge, Baton Rouge City Court, Division B, from 1978-1979; Judge, 19th Judicial District Court, Division E, from 1979-1990. He next served as District Attorney for the 19th Judicial District from 1991-2009. Since retirement, Judge Moreau has served as both Judge Pro Tempore and Judge Ad Hoc by appointment of the Louisiana Supreme Court.

Judge Moreau is a member of the Louisiana State and American Bar Associations; Master at the Dean Henry George McMahon Inn of Court; member of the National District Attorney’s Association (Board of Directors, Vice-President, Metropolitan Prosecutor’s Committee, Capital City Prosecutor’s Committee, Emerging Technologies Committee); and member of the Louisiana District Attorney’s Association (Board of Directors, Vice-President, President).

Judge Moreau was an adjunct professor at the Louisiana State University Law Center and a faculty member of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy. Over the years, he received many awards including the Outstanding Prosecutor Award (1995), Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Corporation Fraudbusters Award (1995), and admission to the Louisiana State University Athletic Hall of Fame. He served on the Governor’s Commission on Criminal Justice.

A former All American for the Louisiana State University football team and professional football player for the Miami Dolphins, Judge Moreau worked as both an LSU football radio analyst and sideline reporter from 1972 to 1981. From 1982 through 1987, he was the color analyst for LSU football games on TigerVision. He returned to the radio booth as color analyst in 1988.

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