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Morgan is an energetic and insightful advocate dedicated to serving her clients’ best interests. She brings compassion and creative pragmatism to her work assisting clients in both English and French. As an Associate, Morgan works on all aspects of the firm’s practice including civil and commercial litigation, employment and labour, human rights, administrative, and constitutional law. She has particularly broad experience providing advice and representation on matters involving employment contracts, severance packages, wrongful dismissals, professional discipline, human rights issues, and long-term disability benefits.
Morgan has worked on cases before all levels of court in Ontario and numerous administrative tribunals. She has also assisted with several landmark cases before the Supreme Court of Canada, the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, and the High Court of Kenya.
Prior to joining the firm, Morgan summered and articled at one of Canada’s leading litigation boutiques. She also worked in chambers at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda where she assisted judges from three countries with research, drafting, and in deliberations.
Morgan is a graduate of the University of Toronto’s joint Juris Doctor and Master in International Relations program. She also holds B.A. (Hons.) summa cum laude in Political Science and Theatre Arts from the University of Arizona. As a law student, Morgan was a leading member of the International Human Rights Program (IHRP) and many feminist student initiatives. Morgan is now co-chair of the IHRP Alumni Network’s Steering Committee.
Morgan’s community involvement includes work with the East Scarborough Storefront as well as The Equality Effect, a network of leading feminist advocates from Canada, Ghana, Malawi, and Kenya who develop creative legal solutions to address the inequality of women and girls in Africa. Working with The Equality Effect, Morgan helped to prepare the successful ‘160 Girls’ test-case litigation and has drafted public legal education campaigns on the criminalization of marital rape in Ghana. She is a member of the Advocates’ Society, the Ontario Bar Association, and the Association of Human Rights Lawyers.