Andrew Morris | Associate Litigation Attorney

(Dallas, Denton, and Collin Counties)


Andrew Morris Associate Litigation Attorney•Initial client consultation
•Case evaluation
•Administrative license discovery and hearings
•Client Communication
•Court Coordination/Liaison
•Associate court duties (DA office coordination, passes, criminal ODL etc.)
•Filing motions (interlock removal, probation termination etc.)
•Courthouse resolution (Pleas)
•Bond issue management
•Probation issue management

Practicing for over 10 years, Andrew Morris is our Associate Litigation Attorney in our Dallas office. Andrew attended Texas A&M University, majoring in Marketing. He was a member in the Sigma Chi Fraternity, as well as the Pre Law Society. After graduating in 2001, Andrew went to the Oklahoma City University School of Law. He received his JD (Doctor of Jurisprudence) in 2005. His activities and honors include: Dean’s List, Faculty Honor Roll, a member of the Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity, and New Student Mentor. Andrew was then licensed by the State Bar of Texas in late 2005.

From Mimi:

“Andrew has been with the Coffey Firm for 9 years. I first met Andrew when as a young lawyer, he sought me out and asked if he could sit on a few jury trials with me for experience. Every trial he sat with me, we ended up winning. I was so impressed with him, that I offered him a job. One of the most impressive traits about Andrew is his work ethic.  I have seen him come to work many times extremely ill (insisting on staying, even after I begged him to go home). Andrew is an old school lawyer. He lives by your word being your bond. His father and uncle were both practicing lawyers in Dallas (his father still practices family law). Andrew played high school football and understands the meaning of tough. He once went in on a motion to suppress with an hour’s notice and won. Many lawyers would have refused the opportunity. Andrew is very kind and sensitive, outside his get down to business persona.  I particularly love the fact that he remembers everybody’s name and their particulars. It is not unusual at all for me to receive a text from Andrew after hours telling me he just ran into one of our clients out and about. Andrew is a very social guy, who lives, breathes, and loves his hometown of Dallas.  Thank you Andrew, for all you do. You have my greatest respect.”