Hayley GregorHayley Morgan is a member of Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP’s commercial litigation group. Morgan’s practice encompasses a variety of litigation matters including the representation of clients in fraud, business and contractual disputes. Morgan’s practice also consists of preparing complex business, commercial and intellectual property matters for trial.

An issue Morgan is primarily focused on is the implementation and incorporation of technology into the practice of law. “The technological resources available
today have the potential to make everything from basic administrative tasks, to the management of large complex litigations, more streamlined and efficient,” she said. “However, incorporating new technology into a preexisting law practice is not easily done due to busy schedules, pressing deadlines and old habits. Accordingly, my focus over the past year has been to fully implement the technology available to us at Campolo, Middleton & McCormick so that my colleagues and I can more efficiently manage our cases. We have found that routinely and properly using technology has made preparing large complex cases for trial more focused and effective. We are constantly using technology to devise internal procedures and protocols to more efficiently manage our time and to maximize our productivity.”

In addition, Morgan is focused on supporting and promoting women in business through her involvement with the East End Women’s Network. “Living on the East End I have a vested interest in seeing that women living and working on the East End have the support and resources they need to succeed, she said. “As a current member of the Board of Directors, my focus over the next year is to continue to effectively promote the mission of the East End Women’s Network by providing resources and support to the current members, as well as advertising and promoting the East End Women’s Network to future members and the community.”

Morgan earned a bachelor’s degree, magna cum laude, in political science from Hofstra University. She earned a juris doctor, cum laude, from the Maurice
A. Dean School of Law at Hofstra University. While attending law school, Morgan was a judicial intern for the Hon. Emily Pines of the commercial division in the
New York State Supreme Court and also worked as a summer intern for the Southampton town attorney’s office. In addition, she spent a semester as an intern
with the United States attorney’s office, civil division, in the Eastern District of New York.