top of page
Law Books

About Morgan Legal Group

As Seen On Badge 2.png



Clinton Morgan is an attorney and counselor at law committed to achieving the best results possible for his clients. Clinton formed Morgan Legal Group, PLLC because of his relentless passion for helping others. Clinton works hard every day to achieve his one goal: to assist those who have been wronged or injured by the wrongful actions of others.

For Clinton, being an attorney is an honor and a privilege. Clinton uses the privilege of being an attorney to serve his clients and his community. Clinton is a member of the State Bar of Texas’ Pro Bono College. Admission to the State Bar of Texas’ Pro Bono College is an honor given to those in the legal field who serve their communities by volunteering their time to help underprivileged Texans.


Clinton attended law school after gaining invaluable experience from a fifteen-year nonlegal professional career spanning across multiple industries. During his career, Clinton developed skills and experience that set him apart as an attorney. 
The most notable of which is training and experience investigating accidents. Clinton’s final role before attending law school was as a Safety Manager for one of the largest oil and gas companies in the world.  In this role, he was tasked with investigating the most serious of accidents.  Clinton uses this unique training and experience to better advocate for his clients.   
During law school, Clinton clerked for the Honorable Justice Jane Bland in the First Court of Appeals of Texas and a personal injury law firm in Houston, TX. This experience gave Clinton vital legal experience. In addition to these clerkships, during law school, Clinton gained invaluable experience as a volunteer counseling Texans who could not afford to hire an attorney. Clinton volunteered over 150 hours during his law school career serving people who could not afford legal representation.
Clinton graduated Summa Cum Laude from South Texas College of Law Houston. He is licensed and admitted to practice law in all Texas State Courts and the United States District Court Southern District of Texas.     


Image by Ümit Yıldırım
Investigating Experience
bottom of page