Texas’s reasons are “beyond rational belief.” They demonstrate Texas’s continuing anti-immigrant agenda. Read More
Professor Morrison was previously the Legal Director of the Nevada Immigrant Resource Project (NIRP) at the William S. Boyd School of Law. As director of NIRP, she conducted outreach on immigration-related issues to community partners, immigrant communities, and governmental organizations. Prior to directing NIRP, Professor Morrison worked for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) where she was the first EEOC trial attorney in Las Vegas. Before joining the EEOC, Professor Morrison was a law clerk for the Honorable Judge Philip M. Pro, United States District Court for the District of Nevada. She graduated from the William S. Boyd School of Law where she was the editor-in-chief of the Nevada Law Journal and was a student attorney in the Immigration Clinic. Professor Morrison teaches Lawyering Process, Immigration Law and Employment Discrimination.
The Court’s Decision in Green v. Brennan Allows Employees to Make the Best of a Bad Situation, by Angela Morrison
Fortunately, the Court’s decision means that employees can plan the timing of their resignation to make the best of a bad situation. Read More
The Court’s failure to provide clear guidance to lower courts and future litigants also sends a message to defendants. Read More