McLaughlin Morris, P.A.
University of Florida
2001 - 2003
McLaughlin attended Dickinson College in Pennsylvania, where he received a bachelors of arts in both history and Spanish, graduating magna cum laude. He then turned his focus to law school at the University of Florida's Levin College of Law, where he earned his start in the legal field as a Certified Legal Intern for the State Attorney's Office.
After earning his license to practice law in Florida, McLaughlin gained a variety of experience, including pursuing litigation as a personal injury and wrongful death attorney and as an assistant public defender for the 17th Circuit. These years of experience allow him to work with clients for the best possible outcome in each case, no matter how challenging the situation.
McLaughlin uses his experience in various legal positions to ensure each client is well represented. He handles personal injury cases such as, auto accidents, premises liability, wrongful death and medical malpractice. The attorney also handles cases on the criminal side, including DUI/drunk driving, drug charges, marijuana charges and white collar crimes.