Judge Robert H. Morrison, III
Judge Robert H. Morrison, III joined the 21st Judicial District Court in 1988 as Judge for the Division C. Judge Morrison received his Juris Doctorate from Louisiana State University Law School and Undergraduate from Southwestern at Memphis (Now Rhodes College).
Judge Morrison began his legal practice in Denham Springs in 1970 until being elected to the bench in 1988. Through his years in the legal community, Judge Morrison has held a number of leadership positions both in the legal arena and his community. Some of Judge Morrison’s work has included Past President of the Louisiana District Judges Association, Executive Committee/Legislative Chair of Louisiana District Judges Association, Chair - Committee to Evaluate Requests for New Judgeships, Member - Louisiana Judiciary Budgetary Control Board, Member - Judges Supplemental Compensation Fund Committee, Chair - Judiciary Commission of Louisiana, Board of Directors - Louisiana Judicial College, Past President - 21st Judicial District Bar Association, Chief Judge - 21st Judicial District Court, Executive Committee - Florida Parish Inn of Court, Board of Directors - Livingston Parish Childrens Choirs, and Live Oak Methodist Church Choir.
Judge Morrison's hobbies include Music, Photography, and Nascar.