Joe Moxon thinks learning the law is a lot of fun, and feels incredibly blessed to be able learn through experience this summer in South Africa, where he served as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 2010-2012. Following his missionary service, Joe studied public relations at BYU and completed several internships in that field, including one in New York City. He also participated in study abroad programs in Jerusalem, London, and Western Europe. Joe is a Provo, Utah native and a lifelong fan of the Denver Broncos and all BYU sports teams. He is passionate about service and freedom, and recently fulfilled an eight-year enlistment in the Army National Guard. Joe has traveled and participated in religious experiences all over the world, and enjoyed being able to help advance religious freedoms to people everywhere as a Student Research Fellow for the International Center for Law and Religion Studies, with an assignment in Johannesburg, South Africa, in summer 2016. As a second-year law student he was appointed to the Student Management Boards for 2017-2018 and 2018-2019, and as a third-year student he joined the Executive Committee of the 2018 International Law and Religion Symposium as the member in charge of Publicity.