Lawrence W. Morgan

Lawrence W. Morgan

Professor

B.B.A. University of Notre Dame 1963
M.B.A. University of Michigan 1964
J.D. University of Detroit 1968

morganl@cooley.edu

Professor Morgan joined the Thomas Cooley faculty after nine years of practice in the areas of tax litigation, municipal and state legal affairs, government business operations, and appellate litigation while serving as a Detroit corporation counsel and Michigan assistant attorney general.

A multiple winner of Thomas Cooley's Stanley E. Beattie Teaching Award and current president of the Sixty Plus, Inc., Elderlaw Clinic's Board of Directors, Professor Morgan teaches Contracts, Sales and Negotiable Instruments, Secured Transactions, Bankruptcy and Creditor's Rights, Equity and Remedies, and State and Local Government.

Bibliography

Articles

Menzes, Marco and Morgan, Lawrence, "P.A. 198: Michigan's Industrial Property Tax Abatement Law: Fortuity or Futility?," 7 COOLEY L REV139 (1990).

 

Real-World Experience

9 Years of Practice Before Joining Cooley

Specialties: Tax Litigation, Municipal and State Legal Affairs, Government Business Operations, Appellate Litigation

Courses: Contracts, Sales and Negotiable Instruments, Secured Transactions, Bankruptcy and Creditor's Rights, Equity and Remedies, State and Local Government


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