If you are looking for advice on important issues like immigration, deportation and citizenship, turn to Leslie H. Morley, from Morley Law Office. The reputation of our immigration lawyer in Kingston is based on his unrushed, comprehensive and result-driven strategries. Read on to find out what makes Morley Law Office a respected law firm in Canada.
Meet Leslie H. Morley
Raised in Montreal, Quebec; Providence, Rhode Island; and Kingston, Ontario, Leslie H. Morley has been practising law in Kingston, since 1988. He is a member in good standing of the Law Society of Ontario, which regulates lawyers in the province. He is also an active member of the Canadian Bar Association, the Ontario Bar Association’s Citizenship & Immigration Committee (past Newsletter Editor, Secretary, Regional Representative and Technology Liaison), the Refugee Lawyers’ Association, the Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers, the Canadian Prison Law Association (past President), and the Frontenac Law Association (past President).
Les has also served as volunteer on the panels or boards of various community organizations, including Legal Aid Ontario’s Prison Law Advisory Committee, Legal Aid Ontario’s Area Committee, Kingston Employment & Youth Services (President), Kingston & District Immigrant Services (past President), Big Brother’s Association of Kingston, The Kingston Whig-Standard Community Board (twice), and the St. Vincent de Paul Society of Kingston.
In addition, Les has volunteered for Habitat for Humanity by participating in their Global Village projects in El Salvador, Bolivia, Argentina, Jordan, the Canadian Northwest Territories, Honduras and Trinidad.
Areas of Practice
A substantial percentage of the practice is devoted to litigation
Queen's University, Faculty of Law, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
McGill University, Faculty of Arts, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
St. Lawrence College, Continuing Education, Kingston, Ontario
Professional Associations and Memberships
Area Committee, Legal Aid Ontario
Canadian Bar Association
Past President, Canadian Prison Law Association
Canadian Refugee Lawyers Association
Past President, Frontenac Law Association
Member & Bar Admissions Course Instructor, Law Society of Upper Canada
Council Member, Section Secretary & Section Newsletter Editor, Ontario Bar Association
Prison Law Advisory Committee, Legal Aid Ontario
Refugee Lawyers Association
President, Kingston & Islands federal constituency association
President, KEYS (Kingston Employment and Youth Services)
Chair, Kingston & District Immigrant Services
Contract Mediator, Limestone Mediation
Certified Family Mediator, Ontario Association for Family Mediation
Why Hire an Immigration Lawyer?
Representing yourself can be a false economy. Applications filed casually may contain errors that cannot be undone. They may not address the issues central to the application. They may be comprised of forms, supporting evidence or arguments that are incomplete, incorrect or out of date. To avoid damaging of your prospects of immigrating to Canada, it is important to seek legal advice from a reputable source. To make sure your interests are best served and to avoid misrepresentation, it is necessary to rely on professionals who collaborate on every file and are obliged to adhere to a strict ethical code.
Choose the Right Representative
Leslie H. Morley, counsel at Morley Law Office, has helped countless individuals and families to secure immigration status in Canada. With decades of professional experience, Leslie H. Morley is reputed for providing remarkable value and vigorous representation to every client.
Why Hire Les?
Objective & Reasoned Advice
If you want to have an immigration experience with a minimum of expense, delay and disruption, and with the assurance that a qualified professional has guided you through the process, we invite you to confer with us to discuss the benefits of retaining our firm.
Guiding You to the Right Questions & Answers
Leslie H. Morley is here to provide you with comprehensive, accurate information as it relates to you personally, taking into account your specific goals and resources, and the application of the law to your circumstances.
We are retained either for a telephone or an in-office consultation, for either of which there is a set fee. There is a cost advantage in favour of the telephone conference, but otherwise, they are equivalent, each lasting for up to one hour. In advance of the actual conference, Leslie H. Morley’s assistant will ask you some introductory questions and will request that you forward to us some documents respecting your identity, nationality, work history and education, and Leslie H. Morley will review these before the conference. The retainer (fee) can generally be deposited electronically.
Contact Morley Law Office
Leslie H. Morley is a barrister and solicitor authorized to practise in Ontario and to provide advice, file immigration applications and argue cases for clients across the country. Leslie H. Morley has clients in Kingston, Belleville, Brockville, Ottawa, elsewhere across Ontario, from other parts of Canada and from more than 125 countries throughout the world, including the United States and Great Britain.