OKLAHOMA CITY - On June 21, 2007, Mack J. Morgan III and John M. Thompson of Crowe & Dunlevy were inducted into the Litigation Counsel of America at the LCA’s Spring Conference and Induction of Fellows in New York. The Litigation Counsel of America (LCA) is a trial lawyer honorary society composed of less than one-half of one percent of American lawyers. Also inducted into the LCA, but not present at the conference, were Firm president Brooke S. Murphy and directors Judy Hamilton Morse and Kevin Gordon.
Mack J. Morgan III, director of Crowe & Dunlevy, concentrates his practice in the litigation of complex business and commercial transactions.
Morgan is a graduate of Vanderbilt University (B.A. 1977) and University of Kentucky College of Law (J.D.1980).
John M. Thompson, director of Crowe & Dunlevy, is a trial attorney in the Firm’s litigation department. His practice focuses on business and commercial litigation.
Thompson is a graduate of University of Oklahoma (B.A. 1994 and M.B.A 1998) and University of Oklahoma college of Law (J.D. 1998).
Brooke S. Murphy, president of Crowe & Dunlevy, focuses her practice on commercial, insurance, intellectual property, and healthcare disputes, including related class actions.
Murphy is a graduate of University of Oklahoma (B.A. 1967) and the University of Wisconsin (J.D. 1975).
Judy Hamilton Morse, director of Crowe & Dunlevy, serves as chair of the Litigation section for the Firm. Her practice focuses on litigation and trial practice, as well as bankruptcy and creditors’ rights.
Morse is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma (B.A. 1968) and University of Oklahoma College of Law (J.D.1979).
Kevin Gordon, director of Crowe & Dunlevy, is co-chair of the Insurance Practice Groups and chairs the Healthcare Litigation and Administrative Law Practice Groups.
Gordon is a graduate of Westminster College (B.A. 1981) and Washington University School of Law (J.D. 1984).
Fellowship in the LCA is highly selective and by invitation only. Fellows are selected based upon effectiveness and accomplishment in litigation, both at the trial and appellate levels, and superior ethical reputation. The LCA is aggressively diverse in its composition. Established as a trial and appellate lawyer honorary society reflecting the American bar in the twenty-first century, the LCA represents the best in law among its membership.
Posted on Mon, July 23, 2007
by Crowe & Dunlevy