Morgan's practice is almost exclusively in the family law field with an emphasis on matrimonial financial matters. He also regularly advises in property disputes between unmarried partners under "TLATA". In recent years he has appeared in the High Court in a number of very high value financial remedy applications as a junior with leading counsel.
In addition to this financial work, Morgan also undertakes a wide range of private law children cases and he has a particular interest in international cross-border disputes involving jurisdictional issues.
Morgan is recommended as a leading family law junior in the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners where he has been praised for his technical ability and ability to stay calm and collected in tricky situations and before challenging judges.
Morgan also undertakes occasional work from the Bar’s Pro Bono unit.
Appointments and Memberships Morgan is a member of the Family Law Bar Association.
Member of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) Family Arbitration
Morgan read English at Liverpool University where he graduated with first class honours. He then obtained a diploma in Law from the City University (awarded with commendation). At Bar School he was awarded a Diplock Scholarship and a Blackstone Entrance Exhibition by the Middle Temple.
2006 Pegasus Scholar: Placement as judicial assistant to Her Honour Diana Bryant, the Chief Justice of the Family Court of Australia.
Personal Morgan enjoys listening to music and playing and watching cricket.
CASES AND PUBLICATIONS
"categorically excellent in all respects"