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I consider myself very lucky.  Some of my early experiences are unique in my generation.  I started my education in a true one room school house in a rural area of upstate New York.  K through 8th grade in a single room with a coal stove as the only heat.  I was only there for two years, but I always felt protected by the older kids. 


In 1956 my paternal grandfather died, and we moved back to the farm where my Dad was raised, a small town called Nassau, also upstate and not to be confused with the county on Long Island.  His Great Uncle was still operating the farm as his parents had.  A handful of cows, milked by hand.  Two draft horses to pull the various ancient pieces of equipment.  Loose hay, pitched onto the wagon by hand.  I can't say that I loved it, but you never fully recover from sheer hard work!!  And you don't suffer from it either. 


I can contrast these truly bucolic pictures with working my way through law school in Columbus as a clerk in a Hospital Emergency Room.  The contrast between pitching hay on a warm summer day and dealing with the consistently stressed out people who populate an urban ER could not be greater.


For a number of years while practicing law I also had the privilege of being a supernumerary in the local opera company productions.  My high point was portraying a high church official, in the spotlight, with one of the stars, the evil Baron Scarpia, kneeling at my feet.  These non-singing, silent roles RARELY involve more than filling up the stage.  A brief moment in the spotlight for a fellow who can't sing a note was an outstanding memorable moment.


It has been a lot of fun, and always interesting.  I've been lucky.


Practice areas


  1. Chapter 13: 35%
    36 years
  2. Chapter 7: 35%
    39 years
  3. Chapter 11: 25%
    31 years
  4. Bankruptcy: 5%
    39 years



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Robert J. Morje, Attorney

PO Box 6545
600 South Pearl Street
Columbus, OH, 43206-1017


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Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
AV RatingMartindale-Hubbell2004
Association namePosition nameDuration
National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy AttorneysMember2002 - Present
American Bankruptcy InstituteMember1999 - Present
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
In Re EvansStudent Loan was ordered discharged.
Simms ConstructionCase settled after adverse decision was reversed .
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School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Ohio State University Moritz College of LawN/AN/A1974
Syracuse UniversityN/ABA - Bachelor of Arts1972
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Collection SeminarEthical considerations in collections.2009
Bankruptcy Law InstituteTechnology requirements of the local courtrooms2009
Understanding the Bankruptcy Reform ActCMI, Means Test, Section 707 (abuse) under the new law.2006