Joi L. Morris handles trust and estate litigation, representing a wide range of clients, including trustees, estates, individuals, and businesses. Joi assists with claims against fiduciaries, estates, or trusts, including issues related to capacity and undue influence. She has extensive experience in civil and other lawsuits brought against or on behalf of trusts or decedents in state and federal courts.
In addition to her litigation practice, Joi advises nonprofit organizations on governance, grant-making, and tax matters unique to the nonprofit sector. She represents a variety of nonprofits, including private foundations and public charities involved in medical research. Her commitment to pro bono work and nonprofit service is reflected in her previous role as senior vice president and general counsel of the Cancer Prevention Initiative (formerly HeritX), a nonprofit organization she co-founded in 2015. She currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the Cancer Prevention Initiative and is a frequent speaker on nonprofit governance and research advocacy.