K. Eric Morrow is a native of Durham, North Carolina. In 1984, he received two undergraduate degrees from Emory University. Anticipating a career in public service and after receiving the prestigious Sloan Fellowship, in 1986, he received a Master of Science degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook in Public Policy Analysis and Management. Eric furthered his higher education by returning to his hometown and receiving a J.D. degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law.
Eric has been a member of the Georgia Bar since 1989 and the California Bar since 1997 with additional certifications from the National Institute of Trial Advocacy.
Since graduating from law school, Eric has tried over one hundred jury trials and has practiced law in state and federal courts in Georgia, California and Washington, D.C. He began his legal career by serving the State of Georgia as an Assistant Solicitor in DeKalb County and later as an Assistant District Attorney in the Alcovy Judicial Circuit. He also served the citizens of the City of Atlanta as an Associate City Attorney working in the Law Department. In 1998, Eric was hired by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts in the Defender Services Division to respond to a Congressional mandate to prepare a comprehensive analysis of costs of federal capital habeas corpus cases. Prior to establishing Morrow Law, LLC, Eric was employed as a litigation attorney representing insurance companies in San Francisco, California and Atlanta, Georgia. For sixteen years, he served as Corporate Counsel for State Farm Insurance Companies as a senior trial attorney.
Eric is also a certified Georgia mediator and trained and qualified to teach legal ethics continuing education courses to attorneys. He is a past member of the City of East Point Ethics Review Task Force and Ethics Board - which reviews complaints of ethics violations against city officials. He is graduate of the East Point Leadership Academy and past member of the East Point Economic Development Leadership Team. Eric also serves his community as a Pro Tem Municipal Judge for the Cities of College Park, Hapeville and Fairburn. He is also a part-time Magistrate Court Judge in Fulton County.
Eric is a member of the Georgia Bar Association, California Bar Association, U.S. District Court Northern District of Georgia, U.S. District Court Northern District of California, U.S. Court of Appeals Eleventh Circuit, Supreme Court of Georgia, Georgia Court of Appeals, Georgia Association of Trial Lawyers, DeKalb Bar Association, Stonewall Bar Association, the National Institute of Trial Advocacy, State Bar of Georgia Committee to Promote Inclusion in the Profession and on the Board of Directors of Southside Medical Center.