Helane Morrison is the M.D., chief compliance officer and senior lawyer of Hall Capital Partners, LLC. Helane holds a B.S degree in journalism from Chicago-headquartered Northwestern University and a Juris Doctor degree from the School of Law at the University of California at Berkeley.
Helane’s first job was at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh District in 1984, where she worked as a law clerk for Hon. Richard Posen. In 1985, she was working for Justice Harry Blackmun, a Supreme Court judge. A year later, she joined the Howard, Rice, Falk & Rabkin law firm. She worked in the law firm for five years before becoming a partner in 1991. Helane left the firm in 1996 to serve as the head of enforcement for the San Francisco’s SEC office. In 1999, she was promoted to become the overall head of that office, a position she held until 2007 when she moved to the Hall Capital Partners, LLC.
Helane’s primary motivation to join Hall Capital was her desire to help restore the financial market investors’ confidence that was lost during the 2007-2008 market crash. She was also attracted by the firm’s leadership culture within the financial markets.
Helane’s Fight against Social Immorality
Helane is a principled woman and a strong believer of ethicalness and moral uprightness. These principles were cultivated during her days working under Justice Blackmun. Apparently, Justice Blackmun and Helane belonged to the same school of thought and were both determined to champion for equality, moral correctness, and social righteousness. Since then, Helane has been on the forefront in the fight against industrial injustice, corruption, and economic exploitation. Following the American financial crisis of 2007, it was revealed that some few corrupt individuals were responsible for the economic downfall. Helane was one of the few daring Americans who chose to pursue those corrupt individuals.
About Hall Capital Partners
Hall Capital Partners, LLC is a law firm and an investment company that specializes in managing finances for their clients. The firm was instituted in 1994 by Kathryn A. Hall as Laurel Management Company, before changing its name to the current one in 2007. The company is respected for its zero tolerance to corruption, social inequality, corporate gouging, and financial deception. The firm’s management team is 100 percent dominated by women. Helane works alongside the CIO Kathryn Hall and President Sarah Stein. Currently, Hall Capital boasts of over $24 billion in assets. It is headquartered in San Francisco, California and has an office in New York City.