Jillian Morgan is a Supervising Attorney at IRAP’s Jordan Office. In this role, Jillian provides direct legal services to refugees seeking resettlement and other forms of protection.
Prior to joining IRAP, Jillian was a Refugee Officer with the International and Refugee Affairs Division at USCIS. She also worked as an Asylum Officer at the New Orleans Asylum Office. Prior to her work with USCIS, Jillian worked with two immigration law firms in the DC area. She also co-founded Fair Game Foundation, a DC area non-profit that combined soccer, legal resources, and access to social services in the support and empowerment of immigrant youth and families. While in law school, Jillian was a student attorney in her school’s Immigrant Justice Clinic and a legal intern at the Refugee Law Project in Kampala, Uganda. She also interned with TASSC International (Torture Abolition and Survivor Support Coalition) prior to law school.
Jillian received her J.D. from American University, Washington College of Law. Jillian holds a B.A. in International Affairs, with a concentration in Conflict and Security, from the George Washington University, where she also spent a semester studying International Relations at Sciences Po in Paris.
Jillian is a member of the Maryland bar.