Morgan Crowe

About Morgan


Morgan is a Senior Associate in the Dispute Resolution and Aviation Leasing team and is qualified to practice in Ireland, England and Wales. Morgan advises on all aspects of commercial litigation and dispute resolution with an emphasis on financial litigation, aviation disputes, sports disputes and governance.

Morgan completed his training with a Top 5 commercial firm, gaining experience in a broad range of commercial issues. Since then he has worked as legal advisor to an Oireachtas Committee of Inquiry into the Banking Crisis and as legal advisor to the Seychelles Financial Intelligence Unit where he advised on civil forfeiture and criminal proceedings taken in relation to “offshore” money laundering investigations.

Morgan’s Experience:

  • Acting for an international chain of coffee shops in a commercial lease dispute worth over €1,000,000; and
  • Advising an international software provider on a multi-million-dollar cross-jurisdictional dispute
  • Advising on Tokyo 2021 Olympic contracts and agreements;
  • Reviewing and re-drafting sports bodies’ constitutions, rules and regulations;
  • Advising organisations on data protection, compliance with GDPR, and e-sports issues;
  • Acting in complex sports arbitrations (SDSI and DRA), advocating at arbitration and drafting detailed submissions;
  • Lecturing CEO’s and staff of Irish NGB’s in the National Sports Campus on data protection and sports law issues;
  • Contributing to lecture in Law Society’s Diploma in Aviation Leasing and Finance

About Morgan Crowe

Some might call Morgan an Africa addict. He has spent two years living on the continent, firstly as a volunteer lawyer in the legal aid department of Malawi, where he worked with prisoners, and most recently in Seychelles (yes that’s still Africa!). He is believed to be secretly sounding out his contacts on the ground in Africa about opening a “Leman Africa”.

Morgan is a keen sportsman. In the halcyon days of his sporting life he played rugby and golf to a decent level, reaching a scratch handicap in golf. He is renowned for his judgment of talent. Having once competed against a 12-year-old Rory McIlroy, he told his friends “I feel sorry for that kid, he’ll burn himself out”.  He remains Ogier Leman’s only international athlete, having recently gained international honours for the Seychelles golf team (in the Inter Island – Indian Ocean games). His ambition remains to retire onto the US Seniors Tour with Larry Fenelon as his caddy.

Practice Areas

  • Dispute Resolution

  • Dispute Resolution

  • Sports Disputes

Contact Morgan Crowe

T: +353 1 639 3000

DDI :  +353 1 237 3115