Morgan Chawla, Associate | 604.524.9940 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Morgan is an Ojibway-Metis woman originally from Calgary Alberta. Before going to Law School, she worked at the YMCA in Calgary with indigenous youth and families. She is committed to social justice and fighting for the rights of her clients from all walks of life.
Morgan completed her law degree at the University of Victoria in 2016. During her time at UVic, Morgan worked in Thailand, Vietnam, and with the BC Office of the Ombudsperson. She also worked at The Law Centre, which is a free student legal clinic, and appeared in court on many criminal matters.
She articled in her home province of Alberta at Calgary Legal Guidance, a non-profit that serves Calgary’s most vulnerable individuals. At Calgary Legal Guidance, Morgan worked in Family, Criminal, and Elder Law. The Family Law Program at Calgary Legal Guidance assisted people struggling with domestic violence. Morgan is sensitive to the unique needs of clients dealing with family law matters where domestic violence is an issue, and has succeeded at fighting for their rights in court.
Morgan is passionate about working with underprivileged individuals and helping them to solve their legal problems. She loves working with people and is driven to do the best work possible for her clients.
Outside of work, Morgan loves to spend time in nature as well as with the diverse community of Vancouver. She is a great cook and an aspiring gardener. She also loves to sing, curl up with a good book, and snuggle her cats.
UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA
Juris Doctor (J.D.)
UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Political Science
• British Columbia, 2018