Morgan Hartgrove is an associate attorney in Thompson Burton’s litigation practice group. She represents clients in a range of matters including employment law, commercial litigation, and real estate litigation. Morgan advocates for her clients both inside and outside of the courtroom, as she is one of the firm’s registered lobbyists.
Prior to her legal career, Morgan worked in Operations Excellence as a Process Improvement Engineer at a hospital in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. There she worked directly with hospital administrators, clinicians, and insurance payors to standardize processes to reduce costs, improve patient outcomes, and enhance overall hospital quality. That experience has given Morgan a keen eye for detail and analytical skills that serve her well in her legal career.
Morgan received her law degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Law where she served as Editor-in-Chief of the Intellectual Property and Computer Law Journal. Morgan is also a graduate of the University of Tennessee where she was Student Body President, a College Scholar, and a Torchbearer, which is UT’s highest honor awarded to students.
Morgan is a former member of UT’s Alumni Board and a current member of the Nashville Junior Chamber Board of Governors. In her free time, Morgan enjoys exploring Nashville, working out, and trying new restaurants.
• University of Cincinnati College of Law, J.D., 2022
Editor-in-Chief, Intellectual Property and Computer Law Journal
• University of Tennessee-Knoxville, B.A., 2018
Torchbearer Award, 2018
Student Body President, 2017
Glamour Magazine’s College Woman of the Year Award, Nominee, 2017