Originally from Arizona, Morgan K. Blair graduated from Baylor University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a minor in Criminal Justice. Upon completion of her undergraduate studies, Ms. Blair entered Baylor Law in 2016 where she ultimately received her Juris Doctor.
Ms. Blair has volunteered and interned with multiple organizations and offices including the McLennan County District Attorney’s Office, Deeds Not Words, the Texas Civil Rights Project, Defenders of Children, the Arizona Attorney General’s office, and Short Creek Dream Center. Through these experiences, Ms. Blair gained expertise in issues surrounding human trafficking, child welfare, stalking, sexual discrimination, and sexual assault.
Ms. Blair is passionate about all areas surrounding social action and continually seeks to promote the ideals of justice. As an attorney, Ms. Blair looks forward to advocating on behalf of survivors of human trafficking and sexual violence. Ms. Blair considers it a privilege to do her part in centering the voices of marginalized individuals.