Okoye Morgan Jr., Esq., is a distinguished graduate of the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University College of Law. During his time at the institution, Okoye authored a remarkable children’s book, “The Boy Who Went To Law School,” which quickly became a bestseller. He also holds the prestigious position of Executive Committee Member for Children’s Law topics at the American Bar Association.
In addition to his legal credentials, Okoye holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Tampa. His accomplishments have garnered widespread recognition, as he has been featured in esteemed news outlets such as ABC Action News, The Tampa Bay Times, the National Jurist, the ABA Journal, and the Weekly Challenger. His children’s book achieved great success on Amazon, and he was honored as a keynote speaker for the non-profit organization Usher’s New Look, which focuses on empowering underserved youth.
In his professional career, Okoye has served as General Counsel and of counsel for numerous healthcare entities and companies. His clients trust his expertise in matters of acquisitions, mergers, joint ventures, and regulatory compliance, crucial for expanding their multimillion-dollar businesses.
Okoye possesses a keen ability to identify and mitigate potential risks, guiding clients through organizational restructures and skillfully negotiating strategic partnerships and agreements with various programs. He also provides valuable advice on health equity and value-based strategic agreements. Boards of directors and company leaders appreciate his pragmatic approach to business and his knack for seizing opportunities. Start-up companies rely on Okoye’s friendly and expert counsel to bring their innovative products and services to the market.
Beyond his professional accomplishments, Okoye’s commitment to the law is rooted in a deep desire to enhance, protect, create equity, and educate all people. His deliberate pursuit of these goals has allowed him to inspire and mentor those who are less fortunate and have faced similar challenges.
In his personal life, Okoye remains dedicated to defending, creating, and influencing policies that can positively impact those affected by such policies.
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