For years, corruption has been a vice that has been shared and affecting countries around the world. Well there have been a few people in pursuit to fight this vice and ensure that it is stopped completely. Helane Morrison is one of the few women in United States who broke the glass ceiling doing what she has always been passionate about: to fight corruption. She dedicated all her career into fighting corruption and representing people in court. She graduated from North-western University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and went further to pursue a Juris Doctor at the University of California Berkeley, School of Law. She started out as a clerk at the US Court of Appeals for Richard Posen. From there, she worked as a lawyer for Howard Rice, Nemervoski, Cnady, Falk & Rabkin Law Firm and later was made one of the partners due to her commitment to the firm.
At Howard Rice, Nemervoski, Cnady, Falk & Rabkin Law Firm, she was fully committed to fighting for and representing defendants who had been sued by U.S Securities and Exchange Commission. she was and has always been committed to ensuring that brokers and individuals in the industry didn’t get away with corruption. At SEC, she was responsible for spearheading the major corruption investigations. Some of the included enforcing action against California Micro Devices auditors whose work was corrupt and Dean Witter among others. Her passion for seeking justice and fighting corruption lead her to doubling her staff and delegating more roles to ensure that corruption ended.
Helane Morrison is a powerful litigator and an incredible citizen. Her love for the country and her effort to ensure that the economy of the country has been restored is a reason why she fights so hard to make sure that all corrupt deals are exposed and stopped. The society needs people, men and women who are ambitious and self-driven to doing what is right and just. Breaking glass ceiling is another of his major accomplishments something that is a source of inspiration to many women out there. Fighting corruption is not only a man’s job, however it is a collective job done by both men and women. She is currently the chief compliance officer at Hall Capital Partners LLC.