Morgan Camley is a lawyer with Miller Thomson LLP in the Vancouver Litigation Group. Morgan is primarily a civil litigator but she maintains an active criminal and administrative practice. Born and raised in Vancouver, Morgan received her undergraduate degree from Mount Allison University in New Brunswick and her law degree from Queen’s University in Ontario. She also attended a term at the University of Hangzhou (now Zhejiang), in China.
Morgan actively provides pro bono assistance to individuals charged with criminal offences. As a result of this work, she was named the 2009 Salvation Army Volunteer Lawyer of the Year Award. Morgan is also a recognized mentor having been named the 2011 McCarthy Tétrault “Student Mentor of the Year”. Morgan sits on the Board of Directors for Access Pro Bono and she is the past Co-Chair of the Mabel League Women’s Fastpitch League in Vancouver. Morgan and her partner Sonya are the happy but tired parents of a toddler.