Personal injury attorney Trey Morris received his Bachelor of Arts degree
from Louisiana State University and his Juris Doctorate from Southern
University Law Center. Mr. Morris's experience and tenacity has been
rewarded inside and outside the courtroom with multi-million dollar verdicts
and settlements. A respected and seasoned trial attorney, Mr. Morris has
also served as co-counsel to other law firms who have trusted in his skill
and insight. He is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, Shreveport
Bar Association, Louisiana Association for Justice and the Multi-Million
Dollar Advocates Forum®. Mr. Morris is licensed to practice law in
Texas and has received the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys
(AIOPIA) 2015 10 Best award for his excellence. In 2016, Trey received
a Top 10 Under 40 Attorney Award for the state of Louisiana by the National
Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys (NAOPIA). Attorney Trey Morris also
imparted knowledge to students during two CLE classes, one in Baton Rouge
and one in New Orleans.
Justin C. Dewett
Justin C. Dewett received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration
from Louisiana State University. He excelled and received a Juris Doctorate
from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University. While
in law school, he served as the LSU Law Center's Student Bar Association
as Vice President. Dewett has continuously practiced with the firm since
being admitted to the bar. Through hard work and persistence he has handled
hundreds of cases to successful judgments. His primary areas of practice
are collection law and personal injury. He is a member of the Louisiana
State Bar Association, the Shreveport Bar Association, and the Louisiana
Association for Justice.
G. Adam Savoie
G. Adam Savoie is a trial attorney and litigator. He completed his undergraduate
work at the University of Texas (B.A., 2004) and attended the Paul M.
Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University (J.D., B.C.L., 2009).
An award winning speaker, he won several championships for LSU at several
national and international mock trial and appellate competitions. Mr.
Savoie's experience and resolve have helped his clients achieve successful
resolution in hundreds of personal injury cases. He is a member of the
Louisiana State Bar Association, Shreveport Bar Association, and the Louisiana
Association for Justice.
Meagan Shadinger received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science
from the University of Georgia, and Juris Doctorate from Louisiana State
University, where she was a Faculty Merit Scholar. During law school,
Mrs. Shadinger served as Secretary of the Federalist Society and was a
member of the SBA Faculty Appointments Committee. Also, as a participant
in the Family Law Clinic, she represented victims of domestic violence
in Family Court proceedings at the 19
th Judicial District Court. Upon completion of law school, Mrs. Shadinger
was judicial law clerk to the Hon. John M. Robinson and Hon. Jeff Cox
at the 26
th Judicial District Court. She has excelled in legal research and writing
and is eager to expand her areas of practice. She is a member of the Louisiana
State Bar Association.
Elizabeth Hancock received an Associates of Applied Science in Criminal
Justice from the Community College of the Air Force, while serving on
Active Duty. Upon separation from the service, she received her Bachelors
of Science in Human Resource Management from Park University, followed
by her Masters in Business Administration and Juris Doctorate, simultaneously
from Mississippi College, in Jackson, MS. During law school, Mrs. Hancock
served as President of the Military Justice Society. Upon completion of
law school, Mrs. Hancock opened her own Immigration and Nationality Law
Practice, where she represented clients with a variety of immigration
needs. She is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, the Shreveport
Bar Association and Young Professional Initiative - Shreveport.