Morgan Lou practices corporate law, with a focus on capital markets, corporate governance, and federal securities law. Her practice includes representing public and private companies in a variety of corporate finance transactions, including debt offerings, tender offers, and exchange offers. She also advises companies on periodic reporting and disclosure obligations and general corporate matters.
Some of the companies Morgan has recently worked with include Nutrien, Peabody Energy, Macy's, Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company, Cleveland-Cliffs, and Amsted.
Morgan also maintains an active pro bono practice, representing individuals facing evictions and housing issues, representing individuals seeking asylum in the United States, and advising nonprofits on corporate matters.
Before joining Jones Day, Morgan worked as a Public Interest Law Initiative (PILI) Fellow in the Housing Law Program of the Legal Aid Society of Metropolitan Family Services. She also volunteers in the Chicago community as a mentor in a program focused on college-readiness for high school students.
- The Ohio State University (J.D. 2019); University of Georgia (B.A. in Criminal Justice Studies and Communication Studies 2016)