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Jason Morris

Jason Morris

Lecturer in Law

699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA

Last Updated: July 27, 2019




Jason Morris is a lecturer in law and teaches Introduction to Litigation in U.S. Courts.

Morris is an attorney in the Newport Beach, California, office of Newmeyer & Dillion LLP. He is a member of the firm’s Labor and Employment and Business Litigation practice groups. His primary responsibilities include representing clients in all aspects of agency hearings, alternative dispute resolution forums, and single-plaintiff, class action, and representative civil litigation matters. He also advises clients on labor and employment compliance matters, and drafts employment contracts and policies, among other general counsel matters.

Before joining Newmeyer & Dillion LLP in 2014, Morris served on active duty as a judge advocate in the Marine Corps from 2007 to 2014. While on active duty in the Marine Corps, he served as a prosecutor, criminal defense attorney and federal administrative law attorney at the Pentagon. Morris also served as the battalion judge advocate for 2d Battalion, 3d Marine Regiment during a combat deployment to Afghanistan in 2009, as well as the assistant judge advocate for Operation Caring Response, a multinational joint task force that provided humanitarian assistance to the people of Burma (Myanmar) following Tropical Cyclone Nargis in 2008. Morris continues to serve in the Marine Corps Reserve.

Morris received his BA in political science from Marian University in 2003 and his JD from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law in 2006, after which he clerked for the Honorable Ezra H. Friedlander on the Court of Appeals of Indiana. Morris is a member of the California and Indiana State bars.

FACULTY IN THE NEWS

Bloomberg Tax
September 22, 2020
Re: Nomi Stolzenberg

Nomi Stolzenberg was quoted in an article about whether or not religious judges can keep their faith separate from their rulings. Stolzenberg said, “[Amy Barrett] is being selected to fulfill a half century campaign to take back the courts, to return religion to the public square, to dismantle a style of secularist constitutional interpretation that religious conservatives find objectionable."

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Jonathan Barnett
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"Lessons from Luckin Coffee: The Underappreciated Risks of Variable Interest Entities," Columbia Law School Blue Sky Blog, July 28, 2020.

Jonathan Barnett
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"Big is not necessarily bad," The Hill, July 30, 2020.

Edward McCaffery
July, 2020

“The Death of the Income Tax (or, The Rise of America's Universal Wage Tax),” Indiana Law Journal  95 (2020): 1233.