Shareholder Joins Capehart Scatchard’s School Law Department

Capehart Scatchard is pleased to announce that a new Shareholder, Cameron R. Morgan, Esq., has joined the School Law Department in its Mt. Laurel office.

A resident of Haddon Heights, New Jersey, Mr. Morgan focuses his practice in the areas of school law, special education, and labor and employment.  He has represented public school districts for many years in all aspects of their legal needs, handling a variety of matters ranging from school law matters such as teacher tenure/seniority issues, reductions-in-force, budget disputes, or student discipline, to collective negotiations with teachers’ unions, unfair labor practice charges, in-depth scope of negotiations issues, and other labor/employment matters, to special education disputes involving students with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Asperger’s Syndrome, dyslexia, behavioral issues, and myriad other special needs.  Cameron R. Morgan has a diverse range of litigation experience, handling cases on behalf of New Jersey school districts in a variety of courts and administrative forums.  He is a frequent speaker and lecturer on matters pertaining to school law, including topics on special education, labor negotiations, personnel and leave matters, student discipline issues, and harassment, intimidation, and bullying.

Mr. Morgan received his law degree from Rutgers University School of Law – Camden and bachelor’s degrees from the University of Richmond.  He began his legal career as a law clerk to the Hon. Joseph F. Lisa, P.J.A.D., a presiding judge of the Superior Court, Appellate Division.

Mr. Morgan is an Officer in the New Jersey Association of School Attorneys, the currently serving as a Trustee for the South-Central Region.  He is a member of the Burlington County Bar Association and New Jersey School Boards Association, and is admitted to practice in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.