Biography

By providing excellent service to her clients, Halee Morris demonstrates her deep commitment to quality legal representation.

Innately driven, Halee completed both law school and her master’s in public health in 3.5 years, 1 semester early. During law school, she was president of Students Protecting Minors. She also served as Treasurer of the Health Law Association and competed in multiple Moot Court Competitions.

Halee’s legal internships included time with the United States Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI) in Raleigh, and with the Office of the Public Defender in Wilmington. She also completed 4 study abroad programs.

Halee values community involvement and currently serves with The Childs Advocate. During high school, she and her mother ran a local dog shelter together. As the crowned Miss New Hanover County in 2015, she represented the county by promoting leadership and volunteerism.

Halee has visited 26 countries and has a goal of making it to all 7 continents. When she isn’t practicing law or traveling, Halee enjoys spending time at the beach, hiking, and playing with her two dogs, Harvey and Cooper.

Experience and Involvement

PROFESSIONAL AND CIVIC INVOLVEMENT:

  • North Carolina State Bar
  • The Child’s Advocate

Campbell Law School:

  • President of Students Protecting Minors
  • Treasurer of Health Law Association
  • Campbell Law Negotiations Competition
  • Campbell Law Moot Court Competition
  • Campbell Law Client Counseling Competition
  • Restorative Justice Clinic
  • Research Assistant for Professor Susan Thrower