Aaron Morris


Aaron Morris is a partner with Morris & Stone LLP, a law firm located in Orange County, California. He is the host of the California SLAPP Law Podcast, and author of the California SLAPP Law website. A recognized expert on Internet law, he prevailed in two major Internet cases on behalf of clients who were fighting spammers, defending them against plaintiffs who sued when their emails were blocked. The Opinion of the Court of Appeal from one of these cases can be found here. Aaron Morris recently won a $1.5 million judgment against a doctor, who sent a defamatory email to a vendor’s customers. He is the founder and president of the California Defamation Lawyers Association. Every year since 2009, Mr. Morris has been rated “Best Orange County Attorney” by Tustin MagazineHe has worked as an Adjunct Professor at both Whittier Law School and National University, teaching “Litigation Skills & Strategies”. Mr. Morris is a writer and lecturer on the subjects of law and law office efficiency, and has been a featured speaker at such functions as the American Bar Association TechShow. Aaron Morris can be reached at (714) 954-0700.

Practice Areas

  • Business Litigation
  • Employment Law
  • Defamation (Libel and Slander)
  • Internet Law

Professional Associations

  • Orange County Bar Association
  • California Defamation Lawyers Association
  • American Bar Association
  • California Bar Association (“CBA”)
  • Litigation Section, CBA
  • Employment Section, CBA


  • JD, cum laude, Southwestern University School of Law (1987)
  • BA, University of Arizona (1983)

Bar Admissions

  • California (1987)

Aaron Morris

Morris & Stone, LLP
Orchard Technology Park
11 Orchard Road, Suite 106
Lake Forest, CA 92630
(714) 954-0700

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