Oil & Gas Title Opinions, Oil & Gas Litigation, Business & Commercial Litigation
Morgan M. Elliott was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in November, 2008 and began her legal career with Monning & Wynne, LLP in August of that year. At Monning & Wynne, Ms. Elliott represented clients in matters including probate, estate planning, 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, suits on promissory notes and various other matters. She argued in the 5th District Court of Appeals in Dallas and managed the firm’s Wills Point branch. Ms. Elliott joined Flowers Davis in late 2011, where she practices oil and gas law and litigates business and commercial cases.
Ms. Morgan graduated cum laude from Centenary College of Louisiana with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History (with a minor in Political Science) in May, 2005. At Centenary, she served as Zeta Tau Alpha President and was a member of the Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society and the Order of Omega Greek Honor Society.
Ms. Morgan earned her Juris Doctorate degree in May, 2008, from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in Fort Worth. 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.
While at Texas Wesleyan, she was chosen as one of only nine students to join the Order of Barristers; she was also one of ten students honored to join the Eldon Mahon Inn of Court, an association of judges, lawyers, law professors, and law students in Fort Worth and Tarrant County, Texas. In Fall 2007 and Spring 2008, Ms. Elliott was an Oralist for National Moot Court competitions in Houston and Las Vegas; she also served as President and 2L Board Representative of the Moot Court Honor Society. She served as President of the Federalist Society and was selected to represent Texas Wesleyan in the National Federalist Society Convention in Washington, DC in July 2007. She was also in the Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society.
Ms. Elliott currently lives in Canton, Texas. She is a member of the Zeta Tau Alpha Tyler Area Alumnae Chapter and the Wills Point Rotary Club.