Morgan Schick joined WBK’s DC office as an Associate after graduating from the University of North Carolina School of Law. Morgan advises clients on the evolving landscape of platform regulation, focusing on content moderation and competition policy. Morgan also works on a wide array of communications issues, including public safety, wireless resiliency, and the regulatory approval processes for transactions.
During law school, Morgan served as the Executive Editor for the North Carolina Banking Institute Journal and completed extensive research about Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. She completed internships for the FCC’s Wireline Competition Bureau in the Pricing Policy Division and NTIA’s Office of International Affairs. Before law school, Morgan served as the Director of Marketing for a cybersecurity startup in her hometown of Oklahoma City.
- Modernization or Missed Opportunity? The Comptroller of the Currency Updates the Community Reinvestment Act, 23 N.C. BANKING INST. J. 485 (2019).
- Co-Author (with Greg Gonzalez, Evelyn Remaley, Brian Murray, Clete Johnson, Savannah Schaefer, & Karina Bohorquez), A New Era of Cyber Incident Reporting and Cybersecurity Regulation_ Key Provisions Part 1, Cybersecurity Law Report (October 12th, 2022).
- Co-Author (with Greg Gonzalez, Evelyn Remaley, Brian Murray, Clete Johnson, Savannah Schaefer, & Karina Bohorquez), A New Era of Cyber Incident Reporting and Cybersecurity Regulation- How Companies Should Prepare and Engage Part 2, Cybersecurity Law Report (October 19th, 2022).
Pro Bono and Volunteer Projects
- WBK Pro Bono Project | Maryland Parole Partnership
- Working to assist our client, a person serving a life sentence at the Roxbury Correctional Institution in Hagerstown, Maryland, to prepare his written case to the Maryland Parole Commission. He has been in prison since 1975 (when he was 19).