About the Sean Morrison Law Office
We Understand Online Businesses – After All, We Are One
Sean Morrison decided to start a new firm with the simple goal of helping online businesses succeed. His vision was to create a place where entrepreneurs could choose how much or how little legal help they wanted. He was surprised to find that while the rest of the country is living with technology in the 21st Century, most attorneys and law firms still fail to do any business online.
Speaking with a lawyer today still involves going to the firm’s office, waiting in reception, and hoping an attorney can make time for you. It’s no different than it was 100 years ago. That model works fine sometimes, especially for large cases. But not all legal work goes before a jury, and not all legal questions require a trip downtown.
The Sean Morrison Law Office seeks to change that. We work on the issues facing online businesses by using the internet to practice. Instead of forcing clients to come to our office, we bring ourselves to our clients online. We cater to the unique needs of online businesses. In our Services section, you can find a variety of single-serving products that we offer at an upfront flat fee. You can also learn more about how you can access your case in our online law office information page.
Got something bigger? Something not listed? Contact us and we will discuss a work plan that fits your needs. Our preference is for upfront flat fees so you know how much your case will cost before you even start. Whenever practicable, we will discuss your case with you and give you a quote for the entire project. If we have to build a billable hour plan, we will ensure that you receive the best value we can offer. Simply register to use our client portal, and we can begin the conversation.
The internet has revolutionized the way the world does business, and we are now revolutionizing the way attorneys practice. With the Sean Morrison Law Office at your side, you can rest assured that your attorney knows how you do business.
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Who is Sean Morrison?
Sean Morrison started this firm because he was excited about entrepreneurship, and wanted to be part of new and amazing ideas. After a career in government service, he turned his attention to business startups and the entrepreneurs behind them. He very quickly found that he loved the work, the excitement, and the people.
Before this, he was an Assistant Attorney General in American Samoa where he served as a criminal prosecutor and later as the in-house counsel for the American Samoa Department of Commerce. He served as the government’s lead counsel on business, land use and zoning, economic development, environmental regulations, customary land, and chief title law. In his position, he worked as Acting Manager of the Coastal Management Program, and was a member of a number of boards and commissions, including the National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council, the Chair of the Climate Change Adaptation Advisory Group’s Subcommittee on Coastal Hazards, and Chair of the Coral Reef Advisory Group’s Population Pressure Subcommittee on Resource Management. Sean Morrison served two terms as President of the American Samoa Bar Association.
See Sean’s affiliations, education, presentations, publications, and law licenses.
Case Western Reserve University School of Law (2007)
Tulane University (2003)
New Orleans, Louisiana
Publications and Presentations
Presented, “The Law and Samoan Culture: Is There a Conflict with Domestic Violence?” at the 2012 American Samoa Multi-Disciplinary Task Force Legal Conference. Tafuna, American Samoa.
2011 PacINET conference roundtable speaker on information technology and the law in American Samoa and the Pacific. Utulei, American Samoa.
2011 Samoa Law Society Conference – Information Technology and the Law in American Samoa: Building a Legislative Roadmap. Apia, Samoa.
Moderator at the 2011 Panel Discussion “Dog Law: Vicious Dogs, Your Rights and Responsibilities,” presented by the American Samoa Bar Association and the American Samoa Humane Society. Pago Pago, American Samoa.
Ohio, 2007 (inactive)
District of Columbia, 2008