Prof. Thomas D. Morgan

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

Thomas D. Morgan is the Oppenheim Professor of Antitrust and Trade Regulation Law at The George Washington University Law School. He served as Dean at the Emory University School of Law, and on the faculties of Brigham Young University and the University of Illinois.

Professor Morgan has taught and written in the field of professional responsibility for over 35 years and he was one of the first to use the tools of economic analysis to study rules of lawyer professional ethics. He is co-author of the widely-used casebook Problems and Materials on Professional Responsibility (10th ed. 2008). He served as one of two Associate Reporters for the American Law Institute's Restatement of the Law (Third): The Law Governing Lawyers, and in 1990 he served as President of the Association of American Law Schools.

His new book The Vanishing American Lawyer was published in February 2010 by Oxford University Press.

  • B.A., Northwestern University
  • J.D., University of Chicago

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Publications and Multimedia
Controlling Legal Practice: Public Ownership of Stock in Law Firms - Podcast
Professional Responsibility & Legal Education Practice Group Podcast
May 09, 2013
Law School Accreditation - Event Audio/Video
2011 National Lawyers Convention
November 10, 2011
The Vanishing American Lawyer - Podcast
Professional Responsibility & Legal Education Practice Group Podcast
September 27, 2010
Should the Public Be Able to Buy Stock in Law Firms?
Engage, Volume 11, Issue 2
August 31, 2010
ABA Accreditation Standards for Law Schools - Event Audio
2006 National Lawyers Convention
November 17, 2006