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Steven R. Morris

steven@raynorlawoffice.com
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211 5th St NE
Charlottesville, Virginia 22902

An attorney with the firm, Steven assists the firm’s lead attorneys with family law matters, including divorce, custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, adoption, discovery, settlement negotiations and agreements, and trial preparation.

Having been raised the child of a military serviceman, and consequently living in four different states and one foreign country, Steven is happy to call Charlottesville, Virginia his permanent home. During law school, he gained legal experience as an intern with the Federal Trade Commission’s Consumer Protection Bureau. Prior to joining the Raynor & Farmer, P.C., Steven practiced with a firm in Dallas, Texas focusing exclusively on family law appeals.

Education

J.D., Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, May 2011, cum laude
Law Review Editorial Board, Articles Editor
Texas Wesleyan Law Fellowship Award Recipient, Summer 2010 (public interest scholarship)
Academic Support Teaching Assistant

B.S. in Biology-Molecular and Microbiology, May 2005

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice Commonwealth of Virginia, 2014
Texas, 2011
PUBLICATIONS
  • “Participation in Appeals as Amicus Curiae,” by Georganna L. Simpson and Steven R. Morris, published in the American Bar Association, Family Law Quarterly, Spring 2014;
  • “Family Law Year in Review,” by Georganna L. Simpson and Steven R. Morris, published in the Texas Bar Journal, January 2014;
  • “Family Law Year in Review,” by Georganna L. Simpson and Steven R. Morris, published in the Texas Bar Journal, January 2013;
  • “Scope of Agreement and Scope of Review: How the Draft of an Arbitration Agreement Can Affect the Arbitrability of a Dispute as well as Judicial Review of an Arbitration Award,” by Steven R. Morris, published in the State Bar of Texas, Family Law Section Report, June 2011.