Morris’ legal interest is primarily in intellectual property, and more specifically in copyright and trademark law. As a law student, he spent a great deal of time working in the juvenile courts, both as a student defense attorney and as a law clerk. Morris served as Articles Editor of the Suffolk University Law Review. He wrote a published Note on “Prioritizing Resources and Organization for Intellectual Property (PRO-IP) Act of 2008.” Prior to law school, Morris ran a business doing Internet software development for labor unions in the open-source content management framework, Drupal. He wrote dozens of software packages and released several of them to the public under the GNU Public License. He founded and currently writes for the blog, LawAndContent.com.

Recent Articles

UNTYING THE JUDGE’S HANDS: WHY WEBCAST IN THE DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS

Starting next week, the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts will consider whether to modify its local court rule prohibiting electronic recording and webcasting of civil proceedings. This would be a step toward a more democratic federal judiciary. Additionally, the modification would empower judges of the District Court to make decisions […]

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