Morgan Clemons Joins Emory University School of Law as Adjunct Faculty

Aldridge Pite associate Morgan Clemons has joined the Emory University School of Law as an Adjunct Faculty Member . Ms. Clemons teaches Introduction to Financial Compliance to second and third year law school students. 
Emory University School of Law is ranked #22 among ABA-approved law schools by U.S. News & World Report and is the highest-ranked law school in Georgia. Law school adjunct faculty includes professionals knowledgeable in various practice areas who have published articles, textbooks, and commentary, who are innovative and dynamic in their teaching styles, and who regularly share their expertise at conferences, symposia, and as panelists at industry or scholarly events. The law school utilizes practitioners with proven expertise in their respective fields to provide engaging and real-world application of laws related to both emerging and established practice areas. Morgan brings her practical experience to the classroom from her time working as an enforcement attorney with a state regulatory agency. Ms. Clemons is a former Emory Eagle, having attended Emory University’s College of Arts & Sciences as an undergraduate student and receiving her BA degree in 2006. 

She will continue full-time in her practice at Aldridge Pite, advising banks, mortgage companies, consumer lenders, fintech start-ups, bill pay, and international money transmitters on compliance matters.