Morgan Foster grew up in upstate New York. She attended high school in the small town of Geneva, New York. Morgan moved to Texas after graduation to attend Baylor University, where she pursued a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. During her time at Baylor, Morgan worked at the local YMCA doing after school care and played on the Baylor Women’s Lacrosse team. She graduated Magna Cum Laude in May 2017. Immediately following graduation, Morgan began law school at Thurgood Marshall School of Law. Morgan was an associate editor on Law Review then was elected as the Lead Articles Editor of the Law Review’s Editorial Board. In addition, Morgan tutored torts and was a research assistant for Professor Walter T. Champion, researching sports and gaming law. She spent her summers interning at Oxner Legha Law Firm, Lone Star College’s General Counsel, and Fort Bend County District Attorney’s Office. Morgan graduated Magna Cum Laude in May 2020.
Today, Morgan Foster is an associate at Oxner Legha Law Firm in Cypress, Texas where she primarily focuses on assisting Attorney Jason Oxner on Estate Planning and Probate Law, as well as other civil law matters.