Kambira (“Kam”) Jones-Morgan, a native of Dallas, Texas, graduated from Southern Methodist University with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. Kam obtained her Juris Doctor from the University of Arkansas School of Law at Fayetteville.
After becoming licensed to practice in Texas, Kam joined the Law Office of Michael J. Todd, as an Associate Attorney. There, she worked on cases throughout the state of Texas ranging from state misdemeanor and felony offenses to federal crimes. Kam also had the opportunity to work as an Associate Attorney for the Honorable Craig Watkins, the first black district attorney for Dallas County. Under the tutelage of Mr. Watkins, Kam worked on numerous personal injury cases ranging from premises liability to car and truck accidents. In addition, Kam expanded her criminal knowledge base to include appellate and post-conviction matters. As a solo practitioner, Kam fused these legal experiences to develop a practice geared toward assisting her clients in creating a plan hand-crafted to meet their individual needs, while providing professional, compassionate, unwavering representation.
In her free time, Kam enjoys being a loving wife and mother. She also helps coach the high school mock trial team at her alma mater, Judge Barefoot Sanders Magnet Center For Public Service: Government, Law and Law Enforcement at Yvonne A. Ewell Townview Center.