About Morgan

Morgan LongMy goal is to provide help to those who need it in a zealous, thorough, and compassionate manner.  I first decided that I would become a lawyer at the age of ten after my mother became a foster parent and I have never once wavered in this decision.  The legal system can trample people, even children in need of protection from the state.  I realized that lawyers can help people in a way that no one else can.

I have made my career as a lawyer in Portland Oregon focused on criminal, juvenile, and family law matters.  I have always been interested in areas that affect everyone, whether that person is a sophisticated businessperson or a child who never dreamed she would require legal representation.  I have years of experience in these areas and have spent an enormous amount of time in the courtroom fighting for my clients.  I have the experience and confidence to help you navigate you way through the legal system in a caring manner so that you achieve the best possible outcome.

 

My Professional Credentials

Education

  • Lewis & Clark Law School, J.D., 2007
    • Criminal Law Certificate
  • Best Brief in Legal and Analytical Writing 2005
    • Virginia Commonwealth University, B.A. magna cum laude, 2003
    • E. Allan Brown Scholarship 2000

Bar Admissions

  • State of Oregon, 2007 #074754
  • Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde, 2010

Associations

  • Oregon State Bar Juvenile Law Executive Committee, Secretary and CLE subcommittee chair
  • Local Professional Responsibility Committee, member
  • Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, member
  • Oregon Women Lawyers, member
  • Multnomah Bar Association, member
  • Garrett & Rosie Foundation, board member