Qualifications

  • J.D., University of Alberta, 2017
  • B.A.Sc., Computer Engineering, University of Waterloo, 2004

Jae Morris is an associate of the firm. He practices both information technology and intellectual property law.

Practice Areas

Jae practices various areas of intellectual property and information technology law, with a particular focus on the legal issues surrounding computer based technologies. Prior to joining the firm, Jae worked in various roles relating to computer based system development and support. In one such role, Jae worked as a Systems Analyst and a Program Coordinator for a territorial government where he was responsible for supporting the information technology and program needs of a health authority.  This work focused primarily on the organization’s Telehealth and electronic medical records projects. In another, Jae worked as a Systems Design Engineer for a large technology company where he designed and developed machine vision and web based software applications

Jae completed his articles with the firm in 2018.