Law Clerk Becomes Attorney at Law Office of Barton Morris

On Friday November 2, 2012 at a private ceremony presided by Oakland County Circuit Judge Wendy Potts, I had the pleasure of sponsoring Sarah Thomas for admission to the State Bar of Michigan as an attorney at law. Sarah has worked for me as a law clerk for the last two years. To have the opportunity to teach and mentor her has been a very enjoyable and educational experience for me. Sarah has been one of my best and brightest law clerks to date (I have had over 20). There is no doubt in my mind that she is going to be a great attorney. I am honored to have her begin her career at the Law Office of Barton Morris.

Sarah graduated at the top of her class at Cooley Law School in Auburn Hills. She passed the July 2012, her first time, with only 55% of its applicants – the lowest Michigan bar passage rate in its history. Congratulations Sarah, now the real work begins.

Attorney Morris has enjoyed a very successful and distinguished career as a trial lawyer. He is known for his trial preparation by fellow attorneys, judges and clients alike. As a trial attorney, he is dedicated to attaining justice in every case. Mr. Morris fights for his clients and does not just plea them guilty.

Not only does Barton Morris have extensive experience, he also engages in continuing legal education to provide the highest quality legal services. Barton has received specialized scientific training through the American Chemical Society. He attended the prestigious Trial Lawyers College and serves on its Alumni Association Board of Directors. His firm is prepared to take on complex legal issues with success. Barton Morris was chosen as a Top Lawyer of Metro Detroit for 2012 and 2013 for DUI/DWI and criminal defense by DBusiness Magazine. Barton Morris was also chosen as a Super Lawyer in Criminal Defense for 2014-2015 and Barton Morris is the only Lawyer in Michigan designated by the American Chemical Society as a “Forensic Lawyer-Scientist”

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