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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.
Her broad range of experience allows her to creatively solve problems for her clients.
Commercial litigation: acting as counsel on a number of disputes at trial and on appeal involving partnerships, commercial leasing, defamation, mining, real estate transactions, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty and trust claims.
Aboriginal law: acting for both industry and First Nations in a variety of matters including duty to consult claims, resource and business development, bio-solids, mining issues, business transaction disputes, governance issues and disputes, First Nations housing and issues involving First Nations land.
Municipal/local government: acting for clients with zoning and land use issues, expropriation claims, judicial review of local government decisions and bylaw enforcement.
Regulatory/criminal law: representing clients before federal and provincial regulatory tribunals including National Energy Board proceedings involving oil and gas pipelines, and representing individuals and corporations charged with criminal and regulatory offences, including agricultural and fisheries.
Not-for-Profit, Social Enterprises, and Values-Focused Businesses: working with Miller Thomson’s skilled team of lawyers acting for clients to provide legal advice which reflects the clients’ values and culture. Morgan generally acts as general counsel to organizations providing strategic and cost effective advice on a number of issues.
Morgan is a contributing editor to Fraser, Horn & Griffin, The Conduct of Civil Litigation in British Columbia, looseleaf (Ontario: LexisNexis Canada Inc., 2007), a cornerstone resource for the litigation bar in British Columbia.
Morgan is a graduate of Queens Law and of Mount Allison University in New Brunswick during which time she also attended the University of Hangzhou in China.
Following graduation, Morgan was a judicial law clerk at the British Columbia Supreme Court.
Morgan maintains a busy pro bono practice representing clients with a variety of legal issues including criminal law. As a result of her work, Morgan was named the recipient of the 2009 Salvation Army Volunteer Lawyer of the Year Award. She is also a mentor to students and junior lawyers. Morgan is a member at large on the Board of Directors for Access Pro Bono.
Morgan maintains a strong commitment to community through her volunteer activities which include acting as the Chair of the Board of Directors for QMUNITY, British Columbia’s Queer, Trans and Two-Spirit Resource Centre. In 2014, Morgan was named a finalist for the PRIDE Legacy Awards recognizing her outstanding achievement as a Community Leader.
- Chair of the Board of Directors, QMUNITY, BC’s Queer Trans, and Two-Spirit Resource Centre
- Board of Directors, Access Pro Bono
- Law Society of British Columbia
- Law Society of Yukon
Formation et admission au barreau
- Yukon Bar, 2013
- British Columbia Bar, 2006
- LL.B., Queen’s University, 2004