Billie-Marie Morrison graduated from Western State College in Gunnison, Colorado with her BA and was accepted to the William S. Boyd School of Law as part of the Charter Class, graduating in 2001. After a career in complex litigation focusing on products liability, Morrison now focuses the majority of her practice on personal injury, workers’ compensation, products liability, and mass torts. Billie-Marie is licensed to practice law in the state of Nevada, as well as in the United States District Court for the District of Nevada and the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Billie-Marie is a member of, and on the Board of Governors for The Nevada Justice Association, a member of The American Justice Associates, the Clark County Bar Association, the Southern Nevada Association of Women Attorneys, the Las Vegas Women’s Chamber of Commerce, and WILG (Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group).
Workers Comp Matters host Alan Pierce interviews Billie-Marie Morrison about the ethical and legal considerations surrounding social media use at the Workers’ Injury Law and Advocacy Group’s 2014 Conference. Morrison explains that lawyers often think of social media when marketing, hiring, or advertising, but forget the ethical implications of giving legal advice in personal blogs...
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