We are so pleased to introduce new our attorney Morgan Broyles.
Morgan was raised in Tyler, TX and has recently returned home from her adventures, after attending undergraduate at Texas A&M University and Liberty University School of Law in Virginia. Morgan has brought such warmth, and a spirit of excellence to our firm, and we are deeply thankful to have her. She is passionate about serving adoptive and foster parents, having been adopted herself as an infant. We are confident that many families in Alabama and Texas will be well-served by Morgan and we are excited to introduce her to you.
Morgan, what initially drew you to an interest in the law?
I knew I was interested in attending law school my sophomore year of college when one of my political science professors encouraged me to look into it. After that, I began to pray that the Lord would use my own story of adoption for good. That is when I decided I wanted to pursue law school and work with families through the adoption process.
You have had some exciting internships… could you tell us about those?
The Lord has blessed me immensely over the years with opportunities I could have never imagined possible. I was fortunate enough to clerk for the House Judiciary Committee and help navigate the waters of major issues such as DACA. I was also fortunate to work at the White House for a short amount of time. I worked with presidential scheduling and correspondence. I had the opportunity to meet many of our nations top leaders and influencers. I also had the opportunity to work along side the every day American and understand what issues impact people’s lives daily and help create solutions for these problems.
How do you feel like those experiences prepared you for your vocation?
These experiences prepared me for a life in the law because I had the opportunity to understand how legislation effects the lives of every person. Whether at the local level or national level, advocating for legislation matters, especially for future adoptive families.
It’s always kind of funny to wind up back in your hometown… how did that happen for you and what is it like to get to practice law back at home?
I never imagined I would be back in Tyler, TX practicing law. My husband and I prayed about where to live and the Lord led us back to Tyler. I am beyond thrilled to be back in the community of East Texas and help families pursue adoption.