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Morgan Reeds


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Morgan focuses her practice on advising telecommunications companies and internet service providers on regulatory, policy, and transactional matters before the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). She assists clients in matters involving network optimization and resiliency, public safety and emergency communications, network access rules and policy, and a wide range of other policy and compliance issues.

Prior to joining Mintz, Morgan worked as Director of Policy and Advocacy with USTelecom – The Broadband Association, where she developed industry positions, drafted comments for FCC proceedings concerning pole attachments, network resiliency, public safety, the Affordable Connectivity Program, the FCC’s Universal Service programs, and other policy issues. Her role also involved advocacy in presentations before FCC Bureaus and Commissioners’ offices and managing relationships with company members.

While earning her JD, Morgan worked at a trade association representing the American broadband and cable television industries, as a judicial extern for The Honorable Teresa M. Chafin of the Supreme Court of Virginia, as an intern in the Competition Policy Division of the FCC’s Wireline Competition Bureau, and as a summer associate with a Virginia-based law firm. In law school, Morgan served as articles editor of the William & Mary Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice and a research fellow for the school’s Center for Legal & Court Technology.

Recognition & Awards

  • CALI Excellence for the Future Award: AI & More; Legal Issues Likely to Arise (2020)

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  • Member, Federal Communications Bar Association (2020 – present)
  • Co-Chair, Homeland Security & Emergency Communications Committee, Federal Communications Bar Association (2022 – present)
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