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Caleb Hanes

Trial Attorney

Caleb Hanes, hailing from Bowling Green, Kentucky, brings a blend of local insight and legal expertise to his role as an attorney. His journey in law began after earning a Bachelor of Arts degree from Western Kentucky University, where he majored in Political Science and minored in Legal Studies. Notably, Caleb was an active member of the WKU Baseball team, showcasing his dedication and teamwork skills both on and off the field. Following his undergraduate studies, Caleb pursued his passion for law and obtained his Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree in 2017 from Washburn University School of Law in Topeka, Kansas.

During his time at law school, Caleb distinguished himself through various clerkship opportunities that provided invaluable practical experience. He served as a summer clerk for esteemed judges, including Judge Greg Stivers of the United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky, as well as Judge John Grise and Judge Steve Wilson of the Warren Circuit Court for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. These clerkships allowed Caleb to gain firsthand exposure to the legal system, refine his legal research and writing skills, and develop a deep understanding of judicial proceedings. Such experiences laid a solid foundation for his future career as an attorney, equipping him with the necessary tools to navigate complex legal issues and effectively advocate for his clients' rights and interests.

Outside of his professional endeavors, Caleb cherishes spending quality time outdoors with his loved ones, including his wife, children, and beloved dogs. His passion for outdoor activities not only reflects his active lifestyle but also underscores his commitment to maintaining a well-rounded and balanced life beyond the legal realm. Caleb's dedication to his community, coupled with his legal acumen and genuine care for his clients, makes him a valuable asset to Morgan & Morgan's Personal Injury practice in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

  • Western Kentucky University, 2014
  • Washburn University School of Law, 2017

  • Kentucky, 2017