A native of Crowley, Louisiana and a graduate of UL (USL). Tony received his law degree from Tulane Law School. He opened the Law Offices of Tony Morrow, APLC in 1991. Personal Injury, family law, criminal defense and business litigation are the primary matters that most people will need legal assistance with during their life.
Personally, a compassionate husband, father and grandfather, Mr. Morrow is also an avid Louisiana sportsman and well-respected entrepreneur in Lafayette.
He is also a skilled pilot, having earned his commercial multi-engine pilot license. As part of giving back to the community, Tony has and continues to volunteer pilot for Veteran’s Airlift, flying injured veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces to medical facilities.
Tony practices in all Louisiana Courts. He has been involved in a wide variety of personal injury claims including 18-wheeler accidents, car wrecks, drunk driving accidents, motorcycle accidents, commercial vehicle accidents, vehicle rollovers, offshore and maritime cases, wrongful death cases, and cases involving fraud. Tony has over 25 years of experience practicing law in Louisiana.
He has handled personal injury cases that have involved traumas such as brain injuries, fractures, burns and various disc injuries. He has represented clients throughout the state of Louisiana in cities such as Lafayette, New Iberia, Opelousas, Baton Rouge and Lake Charles. With trial success in both civil and criminal matters, Tony takes a personal approach with each client he represents.
Tony is a well respected attorney amongst his attorney piers, having been elected to serve as President of the Lafayette Parish Trial Lawyers and as Director on the Board of Directors for the Lafayette Parish Bar Association. He is a past board member for the Big Brothers Big Sisters. Tony was also on the Board of the Louisiana Cutting Horse Association.
In addition, Tony is a certified mediator for family matters. His belief is to work through matters in family law, rather than litigate them. With the emotions that each party has, Tony feels litigation is a poor communication tool…and an expensive one.
Alisa Ardoin Gothreaux
Alisa was born in the heart of the Cajun prairie, Eunice, Louisiana. The youngest of nine children, Alisa grew up in a home filled with gumbo, french music and her mother’s creative spirit. Her father traveled the world as a merchant marine and served in WWII as a tank gunner in General Patton’s 3rd Armored Division. He instilled in her an appreciation for family along with cultural values and identity. When not hard at work, Alisa embraces any adventure. She is a certified SCUBA diver, an acrylic and oil painter, a runner, and a novice accordion player. But most importantly, Alisa loves gardening with her husband and master gardener, Gregg Gothreaux, and raising their teenage son and daughter.
A graduate of LSU’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center in 1998, Alisa is a career felony prosecutor and appellate attorney with the St. Landry Parish District Attorney since 2000. Her litigation experience as a prosecutor is extensive, having been in over 100 felony trials ranging in nature from sex crimes to first degree murder prosecutions. Alisa has practiced before the Louisiana Third Circuit Court of Appeal, the Louisiana Supreme Court, the U.S. Western District of Louisiana, the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. Prior to being a felony prosecutor, Alisa was a judicial clerk for the Honorable John D. Saunders of the Louisiana Third Circuit Court of Appeal.
In 2012, Alisa began a civil practice, using her extensive trial experience to help clients in the areas of personal injury and family law matters, including divorce, custody, support, community property partition, along with intra-family and private adoptions. Recently, Alisa has joined the Law Offices of Tony Morrow.
Alisa is currently a member of the Louisiana District Attorney’s Association, the National District Attorney’s Association, and the St. Landry Parish and Lafayette Parish Bar Associations. She is also a past president of the St. Landry Parish Bar Association.
Heather A. Lanclos
Born in Morgan City, Heather moved to Lafayette as a teenager and Acadiana is now home. She is our very capable office manager and paralegal, thoroughly supporting attorneys and other staff members. She has worked in the legal field for over 15 years and has experience in personal injury cases, class action suits, family law and criminal defense matters. She is an intricate part of the operations of our firm assisting in it’s wide variety of legal practice.
Heather is married to Chad Lanclos, a native of Carencro, and they are the proud parents of two young children. They enjoy spending their free time as a family, outdoors and partaking in camping, fishing, ATV riding and watersports. They are also teammates on a local bowling league. In addition, Heather has been a volunteer of Hospice of Acadiana for over 15 years.
Heather’s compassion and dedication makes her a special part of our team in helping to assist our clients.
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