Morgan is an Associate in the San Francisco office of Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP. She advises clients on employment-based U.S. immigration, focusing on nonimmigrant visas. Morgan’s experience includes a broad range of employment-based green card matters, including labor certifications, PERM-based immigrant visa petitions and adjustment of status applications. She has also assisted scientists, researchers, graphic designers and business leaders to successfully obtain O-1 visas and/or first-preference immigrant visa classification based on internationally recognized accomplishments and demonstrated expertise in his or her field.

Prior to joining BAL as an attorney, Morgan worked as a law clerk for the firm. While in law school, she worked for the United Nations Committee Against Torture Project, where she researched and analyzed state parties’ compliance with the anti-torture and human rights provisions of the U.N. Convention against Torture (UNCAT). Morgan was also a member of the Administrative Law Review and interned for the U.S. Department of Justice in the Office of Legislative Affairs and for USAID in the Office of General Counsel.

Education & Admissions

American University Washington College of Law, Juris Doctorate
University of California at Los Angeles, Bachelor of Arts, Political Science
Admitted to: State Bar of Washington


American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)