Larissa Catherine Morgan



Larissa Morgan leverages her experience in a variety of health care settings to help clients discover strategic solutions to their most pressing needs.

During her time as a summer associate with the firm, Larissa developed analysis on insurer overpayment recourse, published educational materials for clients on emerging COVID-19 policies in partnership with health care thought leaders, and contributed to research for the Advocates for Human Rights anti-sex trafficking policy manual.

Larissa has held a variety of legal and public outreach positions with health care entities in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Her experience in these roles includes reviewing biomedical research policies, analyzing government programs to support patients experiencing opioid addiction, assessing federal and state regulatory compliance matters for several insurers and providers, and managing outreach strategies and referral systems to improve health care access. For her efforts in expanding access to health care as an AmeriCorps service member, Larissa received the Mayor’s Distinguished National Service Award in 2020. Larissa has also written extensively on health care regulation and bioethics matters. Her work has been published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Pediatrics and was cited by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Personal Interests

Larissa enjoys musical theater, traveling, hiking, kickboxing, cooking and supporting Philadelphia restaurants.

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University of Pennsylvania Law School
J.D. The Regulatory Review (editor-in-chief), The Journal of Law and Public Affairs (associate editor) (2021)

Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Master of Bioethics (2021)

Villanova University
B.A. in Political Science and Psychology, summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa (2017)


  • Faegre Drinker — Pro Bono Honor Roll, 2022-23
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