Morgan G. Miranda
Morgan is a member of Butler Snow’s litigation department and practices within the Pharmaceutical, Medical Device and Healthcare Litigation Group.
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- Bar Admissions
- Civic Involvement
- Education & Honors
- In the News
- Papers, Presentations, & Publications
- Mississippi, 2012
- Catholic Charities of Jackson
- Best Lawyers in America®
- Ones to Watch, Health Care Law, 2021-2022
- Ones to Watch, Mass Tort Litigation / Class Actions – Defendants, 2021-2022
- The University of Iowa College of Law, J.D., highest honors, 2012
- Articles Editor, Journal of Gender Race and Justice
- Treasurer and Secretary, Latino Law Students Association
- Phi Delta Phi, Legal Fraternity
- Grinnell College, B.A., Political Science, 2009
- Grinnell Independent Musicals
- Grinnell Women’s Cross-Country
- Grinnell Student Organization of Latinos
- Clerkship, Judge Henry T. Wingate, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Mississippi, 2012-2016
- Morgan has worked with Catholic Charities of Jackson to help the foreign-born children of U.S. citizens acquire U.S. citizenship. She also has assisted victims of Mexican gang violence apply for refugee status.
- Prior to joining Butler Snow, Morgan reviewed depositions in asbestos litigation, researched intricacies of asbestos bankruptcy trusts, and assisted in estimating settlement values in asbestos litigation. She also assisted in drafting asbestos bankruptcy trust legislation, and developed groundwork for a new practice group in limited English proficiency regulations.
- Prior to joining the firm, Morgan was a career clerk to the Honorable Henry T. Wingate, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Mississippi, where she drafted and edited opinions on cases involving the First Amendment, the Takings Clause, Title VII, ADA, the Rehabilitation Act, ADEA, habeas corpus (28 U.S.C. § 2255), 42 U.S.C. § 1983, contracts, insurance, car accidents, slip and falls, attorney fees, the Sherman Act, the Robinson-Patman Act, patent and copyright infringement, election law, bankruptcy, Fourth Amendment search and seizure, pro se plaintiffs, oil rights, timber theft, and wrongful death.
- Comment, A (Stateless) Stranger in a Strange Land: Flores-Villar and the Potential for Statelessness Under U.S. Law, 15 JOURNAL OF GENDER, RACE & JUSTICE 379 (2012).