Morgan Kelley believes that depth conveys adaptability and dynamism. Her ability to find creative and unique ways to solve her clients’ problems is what makes her a valuable part of the SBSB team. She knows that the legal profession is not one size fits all and that clients need an attorney who is well-rounded and versatile.
Prior to law school, Morgan graduated cum laude from the University of Florida with degrees in psychology, criminology, and anthropology.
She graduated from Tulane University Law School with a certificate in admiralty and maritime law. During law school, she worked for the United States Department of Justice Admiralty and Aviation Division in Washington, D.C., where she was involved in high-profile, multi-million-dollar cases. Morgan also received an award for Best Efforts by a Notes and Comments Editor for her work as a writer and editor at the Tulane Maritime Law Journal.
Morgan also participated in the Tulane Civil Rights & Federal Practice Clinic as a student attorney and focused heavily on civil rights matters in the Louisiana prison system
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