I’m passionate about taking on people’s problems and contributing to solutions that improve their lives in concrete ways. I listen carefully to their concerns and goals and always give them one hundred percent of my attention.
Drawing on her legal training and experience, educational background in communications and her outstanding writing and research abilities, Morgan Greene finds it gratifying to delve into issues and apply all her skills in pursuing the best resolutions possible.
With an innate ability to gain rapport and build relationships with people from all backgrounds and points of view, Morgan naturally makes clients feel comfortable and heard. She tailors her approach precisely to their circumstances, personalities and preferences. A vigorous advocate, Morgan wants each client she represents to feel that they are her sole focus and number one priority. She relishes the chance to collaborate with others and work with a team to meet objectives and produce favorable outcomes.
Morgan previously honed her advocacy skills working as a clerk in the Queens District Attorney’s Office’s Appeals Bureau, where she drafted appellate briefs and memoranda that were used by lawyers in various departments and in their opinions. In 2020 she was a successful summer associate at a major national litigation firm.
Embracing a broad-minded and international outlook, Morgan draws on her experience studying abroad at the Loyola University Chicago, John Felice Center in Rome. Fluent in Italian, she also taught English to adults and teens in Milan. Prior to joining the firm, Morgan briefly worked at the Leitner Center for International Law & Justice at Fordham University, where she conducted research on corporate social responsibility and specifically analyzed corporations’ diversity initiatives and their plans to hire and retain a multifaceted workforce.
Pro bono work is important to Morgan. She’s happy to join a firm with a strong commitment to community service and looks forward to contributing her time and legal acumen to worthy causes in the future.