Morgan Camley

Partner | Vancouver

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Portrait of Morgan Camley

Morgan Camley’s varied practice includes general complex commercial litigation and Aboriginal law, as well as municipal, regulatory and criminal law. Morgan represents clients at all levels of court and in arbitration in British Columbia and Yukon.

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Morgan Camley comments on Qmunity’s International Day Against Homophobia breakfast

The annual breakfast, which took place in Vancouver on May 16, raises funds for Qmunity’s programs and services. Miller Thomson was an event sponsor. Click here to read the article. 

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Morgan Camley selected as finalist for 2014 PRIDE Legacy Awards

The annual PRIDE Legacy Awards celebrate the activism and volunteerism that have shaped Vancouver’s LGBTQ community.  Morgan is nominated for the Blue Legacy award, recognizing outstanding achievement as a Community Leader.  The awards gala takes place on May 4, 2014. Click...

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Firm’s veterans class action given green light by BC Supreme Court

Listen to interviews with Miller Thomson’s Don Sorochan discussing the case: The World Today, October 2, 2013 – listen at 3:24 mins Bill Good Show, October 3, 2013 – listen at 10:17 mins A class action brought on a pro bono...

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Miller Thomson lawyers present Food & Beverage Industry course

Wendy Baker and Catherine Bate are course leaders for Lexpert Professional Development’s 2nd Annual Food & Beverage Industry in Canada course: The Dawn of a New Era – What to Expect in 2017. The program covers: “Regulatory Overview”, presented by Wendy...

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Miller Thomson lawyers speak at National Aboriginal Business Opportunities Conference

Sandra Gogal, Amyn Lalji, Morgan Camley and Kennedy Bear Robe participate on a panel addressing the topic of commercial arrangements in Ontario, BC, Alberta and the Yukon with aboriginal communities at the National Aboriginal Business Opportunities Conference 2015.

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The Shifting Sands of Yukon’s Legal Landscape: Are You Prepared?

Legal certainty is a cornerstone to a healthy investment culture. In the last few years Yukon has seen a significant shift in its legal landscape with the introduction Bill S-6, numerous court challenges and unresolved Aboriginal land claims. There is...

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Morgan Camley quoted in Canadian Lawyer article on delegation and file teaming

Canadian Lawyer, "Essential practice habits — delegation"

Morgan Camley, a partner with Miller Thomson LLP, shared her views on the benefits of teaming, saying, “When junior and senior lawyers work together as a team, there is an important two-way exchange of ideas and experience, which can get...

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Case Brief: J.P. v. British Columbia (Children and Family Development), 2017 BCCA 308

In an unanimous decision released on August 31, 2017, the British Columbia Court of Appeal ordered a new trial for B.G., a father accused of sexually abusing his four children. Miller Thomson lawyers Morgan Camley and Robin Dean successfully argued...

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Morgan Camley quoted in Vancouver Sun article on issue of access to justice

Vancouver Sun, "Daphne Bramham: The price of DIY law is too high for everybody"

From gowned judges and “learned friends” to the highly ritualized proceedings, Canada’s courtrooms can be intimidating places at the best of times.  But most people are there at the worst of times, especially if the reason they are there is...

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Morgan Camley discusses case highlighting issues with self-representation in CKNW article

CKNW, "Court ruling on father accused of molesting children highlights issues with self-representation"

A stunning reversal of a court decision that had found a man had sexually abused his four children is raising questions about how the justice system deals with people who represent themselves. Last week, the BC Court of Appeal overturned the...

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BC Court of Appeal releases important decision on “gatekeeper” role of trial judges when admitting expert evidence

Counsel to the father

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