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Morgan Beam focuses her legal practice on general school law and assists administrators and school boards in matters pertaining to employment, open government (including open meetings and open records statutes), student discipline, grievances, investigations, and state and federal complaints. Morgan also represents school districts in various litigation matters and assists clients with tax value limitation agreements, more commonly known as "Chapter 313 agreements." Morgan provides in-house training for administrators and school boards and is a frequent speaker on topics related to employment law and student matters.
Morgan earned her legal degree at Baylor Law School. There, she was a member of the Order of the Barristers, participated in the Federal Bar Association Moot Court Competition, and was a quarter-finalist and top-ten speaker in Baylor’s Dawson & Sodd Moot Court Competition.
Prior to law school, Morgan attended Texas A&M University, where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in English with minors in sociology and communication and was inducted as a member of the Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, and Golden Key scholastic honor societies.
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