Lawrence Morales II

Lawrence Morales II

Lawrence Morales II is a seasoned trial attorney, certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization as a labor and employment law specialist. He has represented individuals and companies in complex employment law and business litigation matters involving non-compete agreements, breach of fiduciary duty, theft of trade secrets, fraud, unfair competition, hostile work environment, discrimination, retaliation, unpaid minimum wages and overtime, breach of contract, and the Family and Medical Leave Act.

In addition to his experience in the courtroom, Lawrence also counsels individuals and companies for issues involving employment and business matters, policies, and complex employment decisions.

Prior to attending law school, Lawrence was a financial analyst for Kimberly-Clark. He graduated at the top of his Baylor Law School class, and was an award-winning member of Baylor’s Moot Court and Mock Trial Teams. Lawrence also served as an Executive Editor of The Baylor Law Review. After law school, Lawrence served as a law clerk to the Honorable Priscilla R. Owen of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. After completing his judicial clerkship, Lawrence practiced in the Labor and Employment Section of the international law firm of Haynes and Boone, LLP for six years in San Antonio, Texas. 

Lawrence is a frequent author and lecturer on employment law and litigation topics, and has served on the teaching faculty of continuing legal education seminars presented by the American Bar Association, the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, and the State Bar of Texas, including programs on Advanced Civil Trial Law, Advanced Evidence and Discovery, Advanced Consumer and Commercial Law, Employment Law, Wage and Hour Law, Advanced Personal Injury Law, and Electronic Discovery.

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Guest Appearances
June 10, 2022

The Newest New Things in Employment Law (State Bar of Texas Annual Meeting 2022)

The last two years have brought a variety of game-changers to employment law, in large part due to pandemic-era effects on employee/employer relationships.