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Morton Joins Collier County Women’s Bar Association Board of Directors

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NAPLES, FLA. — The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP announced that Keely F. Morton, an attorney in the firm’s Naples office, has been selected to serve on the Board of Directors of the Collier County Women’s Bar Association (CCWBA). Morton is the latest in a series of representatives from Quarles & Brady to serve on the organization’s board. She will chair the CCWBA Leadership Committee.

The purpose of the CCWBA is the “promotion, recognition and encouragement of the contributions of women within the legal profession and judiciary, improvement of the administration of justice and the elevation of judicial standards, promotion of the study of law particularly among women, dissemination of legal knowledge to all members of the community and improvement of relations between members of the Bar, judiciary and public.”

“Quarles & Brady is very active in the Collier County Women’s Bar Association and many of our attorneys have served on its board of directors over the past 20-plus years,” said Morton. “I am proud to continue this tradition and contribute to the betterment of all women attorneys through my service with many other talented and diverse individuals on this board.”

Morton practices in the area of commercial litigation with an emphasis on fiduciary, trust and probate litigation. She represents clients at both the trial and appellate levels. Morton earned her law degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Florida. She also received her Bachelor of Science degree, summa cum laude, in Business Administration, Management, from the University of Florida.

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