Kerry Lee Morgan

Kerry Lee Morgan

Of Counsel
Location:
Wyandotte, Michigan
Phone:
734 281-7100
Fax:
734-281-2524
Email:

Kerry Lee Morgan is Of Counsel to Pentiuk, Couvreur, & Kobiljak, P.C. His chief areas of practice involve municipal law, employment discrimination, civil rights, labor law general litigation, environmental law and educational policy.

Mr. Morgan has extensive experience in matters related to labor law, where he has worked zealously with municipal and business clients to resolve disputes.

Prior to his current legal affiliation, he served as an Attorney-Advisor with the United States Commission on Civil Rights in Washington D.C.

In addition to practicing law, since 1980, Mr. Morgan received his Masters of Arts, magna cum laude, in Public Policy from Regent University. He has also written a number of thought-provoking articles in the areas of natural law and unalienable rights. He recently completed an extensive legal review of religious liberty principles and Supreme Court cases titled, Unalienable Rights, Equality and The Free Exercise of Religion. In 1997, University Press of America published his book, Real Choice, Real Freedom in American Education, a scholarly work that articulates the legal and Constitutional case for parental rights and against governmental control of American Education.

Areas of Practice

  • Municipal Law
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Civil Rights
  • Labor Law General Litigation
  • Environmental Law
  • Educational Policy

Litigation Percentage

  • 50% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Bar Admissions

  • Michigan, 1981
  • Virginia, 1993
  • District of Columbia, 1990
  • U.S. District Court Eastern District of Michigan
  • U.S. District Court Western District of Michigan
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 6th Circuit
  • U.S. Supreme Court, 1986

Education

  • Detroit College of Law, Detroit, Michigan
    • J.D.
  • Regent University, Virginia Beach, Virginia
    • M.A. magna cum laude - May, 1985
    • Major: Public Policy
  • Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
    • B.A. - March, 1977
    • Honors: With Honors
    • Major: Political Science
    • Major: Criminal Justice

Published Works

  • Unalienable Rights, Equality and the Free Exercise of Religion
  • The Unalienable Right of Government by Consent and The Independent Agency
  • The Declaration of Independence and American Education
  • Real Choice, Real Freedom in American Education
  • First We Defend Law, Then We Defend Life: What The Pro-Life Movement Needs After 30 Years of Failure, 2005
  • "Real Choice, Real Freedom in American Education, The Legal and Constitutional Case for Parental Rights and Against Governmental Control of American Education", University Press of America, 1997
  • The Unalienable Right of Government by Consent and the Independent Agency, (Co-Author The Unalienable Right of Government by Consent and the Independent Agency, 1990
  • "A Declaration of Universal Rights", CFJ International, 1988
  • A Constitutional Presidency, (Co-Author J. Christian Juris), 1987
  • The Declaration of Independence and American Education, (Co-Author with , J. Christian Juris), 1986
  • Comment, Secular Humanism and Equal Protection: Focusing on Marital and Parental Status as Factors Determining Permissible Gender-Based Classifications and Their Impact on Family Integrity, Detroit College Law Review 821, 1980
  • Note, People v. Wheeler: Has California Really Assured Impartial Juries by Revision of the Peremptory Challenge?, Detroit College Law Review, 527, 1997

Classes/Seminars

  • Adjunct Professor, Business Law, William Tyndale College, Farmington Hills, Michigan, 1995 - 2002

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • State Bar of Michigan, Member
  • Virginia State Bar , Member
  • District of Columbia Bar, Member, 1980
  • License, Federal Firearms, 1991 - 2003

Past Employment Positions

  • United States Commission on Civil Rightrs, Attorney - Advisor, 1989 - 1992
  • Regent University, Director, US Bicentennial Project, 1986 - 1989

Pro Bono Activities

  • Advises Parents on their rights in connection with the home education of their children