Morgan M. Elliott practices oil and gas law and litigates real estate, business, and commercial cases, handling matters such as boundary disputes, trespass to try title, forcible detainers, oil and gas negotiations, commercial leases, contract disputes, contested and uncontested divorces, terminations, adoptions, modifications, livestock issues, criminal matters, consumer debt, and suits on promissory notes.  Morgan also prepares most of the estate planning documents for the firm, including Wills and Powers of Attorney, and handles other estate planning matters.

Morgan began her legal career with Monning & Wynne, LLP, where she argued in the 5th District Court of Appeals in Dallas and managed the firm’s Wills Point branch.

During law school, she worked two summers as a title researcher for FJE and Co., conducting title research to determine mineral ownership and creating mineral ownership reports, among other duties.  This experience has proven to be invaluable as she serves her oil and gas clients.

Bar Admissions

State Bar of Texas, 2008

Education

Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, 2008

Centenary College of Louisiana, Bachelor of Arts, History (Political Science minor), cum laude, 2005

Extracurricular

Zeta Tau Alpha, President

Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society

Order of Omega Greek Honor Society

Texas Wesleyan National Moot Court competitions, Oralist, Fall 2007 & Spring 2008

Texas Wesleyan Moot Court Honor Society, President and 2L Board Representative

Texas Wesleyan Federalist Society, President

Texas Wesleyan Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society

Honors & Awards

Texas Wesleyan Order of Barristers (one of nine students)

Texas Wesleyan Eldon Mahon Inn of Court, an association of judges, lawyers, law professors, and law students in Fort Worth and Tarrant County, Texas (one of ten students)

Represented Texas Wesleyan in National Federalist Society Convention in Washington, DC, July 2007

Community Involvement

Zeta Tau Alpha Tyler Area Alumnae Chapter

Wills Point Rotary Club