Charles J. Morris, III
Charles J. Morris, III has over 14 years’ experience working in family law. He started out as a paralegal at his father’s family law firm, The Law Office of Charles J. Morris, Jr., APC, and worked full time while attending law school in the evenings, eventually becoming an associate attorney at the firm. As an attorney, he advocated for his clients through difficult child custody battles and complex financial disputes. His experience as a legal assistant gives him valuable insight into court procedure, form preparation, and the importance of meaningful client interaction.
During law school, Charles was a Certified Student Attorney in Western State University’s Immigration clinic, where he represented immigrants seeking asylum on pro bono basis in front of the Executive Office for Immigration Review. He also volunteered at the Los Angeles LGBT Center advocating for victims of violence and abuse in the Domestic Violence and Anti-Violence Projects.
Charles received his bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University. He received his law degree from Western State University College of Law in Irvine, CA where he was Vice President of OUTLaw.