Lorraine is the Founding Attorney at Morey Law, PLLC. She is a staunch believer in aggressively safeguarding each client's interests. Her aim is to solve legal problems, not prolong them. Lorraine provides legal solutions, from every day routine legal needs through complex legal problems.

Lorraine's experience extends beyond her legal career. Prior to attending law school, she enjoyed a distinguished career of over 25 years of business and entrepreneurial experience, including being Co-Founder/President of a successful Texas real estate and mortgage company. Further, she served as an Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer for an independent trust company with trust assets in excess of $300 million. This experience gives Lorraine first-hand insight and understanding into the complexities of handling clients' unique circumstances.

During law school, Lorraine was selected to join Phoenix Law Review. She enjoyed great success, both as an editor and as a contributing writer. Her article, Keeping the Dragon Slayers in Check: Reining in Prosecutorial Misconduct, was published. Lorraine served as an Intern for the Solicitor General at the Arizona Attorney General's Office. In addition, she served as an Intern for the Arizona Justice Project, where she investigated claims of wrongful convictions.

After graduation, Lorraine worked as a Law Clerk in the Arizona Attorney General's Office, Criminal/Special Prosecutions division. Lorraine also worked as a Law Clerk and subsequently as an Associate Attorney for an estate planning law firm.

Bar Admissions
 State of Arizona
 U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona
 U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

Phoenix School of Law
 Juris Doctor
 Phoenix Law Review, Staff Editor and Published Author

Northern Arizona University
 B.S. - Business Administration

Published Works
 Keeping the Dragon Slayers in Check: Reining in  Prosecutorial Misconduct

Professional Associations and Memberships
 State Bar of Arizona
 Maricopa County Bar Association

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