Diane Morgan, C.P., N.C.C.P.
Areas of Expertise
- Government and Public Service
- Legal Research
- Legal Writing & Editing
- Litigation Document and Contract Management
Diane Morgan, C.P., N.C.C.P. is an experienced Lecturer with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry.
Professor Morgan is a senior paralegal in the New Hanover County Attorney’s Office in North Carolina. She has worked in local government for more than twenty-eight years. During these many years of public service, she has had the opportunity to work in diverse areas of law, to include contracts, litigation, legal research, real property and tax.
A member of GW’s master’s degree in Paralegal Studies inaugural class, Professor Morgan is a charter member of the national paralegal honor society Lambda Epsilon Chi (LEX).
- M.P.S. in Paralegal Studies, The George Washington University
- Master’s degree, Liberal Studies with a Certificate in Conflict Management and Resolution, University of North Carolina at Wilmington
- B.A. in American History, University of North Carolina at Wilmington
- A.A.S. in Paralegal Technology, Cape Fear Community College
- C.P., Certified Paralegal, NALA–The Paralegal Association
- N.C.C.P., North Carolina State Bar Paralegal Certification
- Contract Management A.C.P. Certification, NALA-The Paralegal Association
- Legal Research & Writing