The National Law Journal is launching a profile series of plaintiffs bar leaders. Each Q&A will take a personal look at the attorney’s career and legacy, as well as discuss industry trends. 

In this installment, we sat down with John Morgan, founder of the plaintiffs firm giant Morgan & Morgan. He takes a look back at what motivated him to become a lawyer and what drove him to create the largest personal injury firm in the country. Following up on the National Law Journal’s previous coverage on Morgan’s take on the latest industry trends, we also spoke with him about concerns he has for the plaintiffs bar looking forward. 

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