Quentin E. Morgan, a local government law attorney with the full-service law firm of Brinkley Morgan, was recently appointed to the 17th Judicial Circuit Professionalism Panel in Broward County.
The purpose of the panel is to receive, screen, evaluate and act upon complaints of unprofessional conduct by attorneys in the 17th Judicial Circuit and resolve those complaints informally or refer to The Florida Bar, if necessary. The panel is designed to address conduct inconsistent with the Standards of Professionalism in an informal, non-punitive, and educational manner.
An active member of the community, Morgan is President of University of Florida’s South Florida Association of Black Alumni, a member of the boards of directors for 100 Black Men of Greater Fort Lauderdale and the T.J. Reddick Bar Association, and a member of the Ethics Task Force of the Broward League of Cities. He is also a founding member of the Urban League of Broward County Young Professionals Network and Past Chairperson of the Mental Health Association of Southeast Florida’s board of directors.
Morgan is a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent rated attorney and was recently named one of “South Florida’s Most Powerful and Influential Black Leaders” by Legacy Magazine. He focuses his practice on governmental affairs, land development and local government law, as well as estate, business and financial transactions, litigation, and wills, trusts and probate proceedings. He earned his Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts and Juris Doctor degrees from the University of Florida.
With offices in Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and Palm Beach, Brinkley Morgan offers a full range of services, including family law; corporate and business law; real estate; bankruptcy and commercial litigation; as well as probate, tax, estate planning; probate and trust litigation; local government law; and administrative law. For more information, visit www.BrinkleyMorgan.com.