Morgan Johnson handles a broad practice of administrative and transactional law. She focuses a significant part of her practice on water rights and supply, representing numerous parties with interests in this complex issue.
Morgan has represented landowners regarding the acquisition or sale of groundwater rights, as well as the conveyance and acquisition of surface water rights. She acts as general counsel for numerous entities - special purpose districts, including municipal utility districts and river authorities, and water supply corporations.
Calling on her experience in the Texas Governor’s Legislative Office, Morgan also represents clients before the Texas Legislature and has particular insight into the legislative process regarding water issues. She has met with state legislators, drafted legislation and testified at legislative committee hearings on behalf of clients. She also represents clients before the Public Utility Commission of Texas on issues including water and wastewater rates, and certificates of convenience and necessity.
Morgan is a graduate of The University of Texas, B.B.A., and South Texas College of Law, J.D. (magna cum laude), 2012.