Thomas D. Morgan

Prof. Thomas D. Morgan

Oppenheim Professor Emeritus of Antitrust and Trade Regulation Law, George Washington University Law School

Topics: Corporations, Securities & Antitrust • Professional Responsibility & Legal Education

Thomas D. Morgan is Oppenheim Professor of Antitrust and Trade Regulation Law Emeritus at George Washington University. He was Dean of the Emory University School of Law and on the faculties of the University of Illinois and Brigham Young University. He is co-author of Problems and Materials on Professional Responsibility (14th Ed. 2022), with Professors Mitt Regan and John Dzienkowski. Professor Morgan served as an Associate Reporter for both the American Law Institute’s Restatement of the Law (Third): The Law Governing Lawyers and the American Bar Association’s Ethics 2000 Commission. He is an Executive Committee member of the Federalist Society’s Professional Responsibility and Legal Education Practice Group and a member of the ABA Business Law Section’s Professional Responsibility committee. His book, “The Vanishing American Lawyer” (2010), was published by Oxford University Press.


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2019 National Lawyers Convention

On November 16, 2019, the Federalist Society's practice groups held a panel for the 2019...