I graduated from law school in 2008 and began my legal career at a large law firm, handling complex commercial civil litigation. After seven years at the firm, I decided that I wanted to take my career (and my life) in a very different direction and, so, I accepted a position as a judicial law clerk to a federal district court judge. It was a true honor to work behind the scenes in federal court and really rounded out my knowledge of the legal system. After my two-year term as a law clerk came to an end, I was presented with the opportunity to a domestic law and civil rights firm here in Nashville. Then, in the summer of 2019, I launched my own law practice, Morris Family Law, PLLC, and I look forward to serving clients and being a member of the Nashville legal community for many years to come.
Throughout my legal career, I have had the privilege of working on many high-profile matters, often with large monetary judgments at stake. Nothing is more rewarding, however, than working on the highest-stakes matters there are - your family law matters. As someone who has been through the family court not only as an attorney but also as a party, I understand firsthand how difficult it can be to fight for yourself when your whole world is coming undone. I want to use not only my legal expertise but also my life experience to fight for you. Whether you are facing a divorce action, child custody dispute, domestic violence situation, or even the more routine task of drafting an estate plan or prenuptial agreement, I recognize that you need not only legal representation but also someone who will be by your side every step of the way to guide you through the process and be your voice.
I hope you will consider calling me for your legal needs.
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Tennessee Bar Association||TBA Leadership Law Class of 2018||2018 - Present|
|Nashville Bar Association||N/A||2018 - Present|
|Lawyers' Association for Women, Marion Griffin Chapter (Nashville, Tennessee)||N/A||2015 - Present|
|Portfolio Media (Law360)||Time for Corporations to Rethink Preemption Strategy||2014|
|Portfolio Media (Law360)||Third Circuits Close Look at Exceptions to CAFA Removal||2013|
|Portfolio Media (Law360)||Sound The Alarm: Uninjured Plaintiff Now Have Standing||2013|
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February 7, 2018
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