Tom Morris

Tom Morris was the lead council in the landmark Morikubo case. He planned the strategy to establish chiropractic as a separate and unique profession based on its philosophy, science, and art. The strategy worked so well that Morris’ firm won 85% of the 3,500 cases for the next 20 years. He was the chief legal council for the United Chiropractors Association until his death in 1928. He also orchestrated the “go to jail” for chiropractic campaign that was initially successful in states like Ohio and California. For more on Morris see:

Tom Morris