Professorial Lecturer in Law
Morgan Cosby is an Attorney Adviser at the U.S. Department of State, Office of Buildings and Acquisitions. She provides specialized advice regarding the procurement of real property, as well as goods and services. In this capacity, she has overseen the award of hundred-million dollar procurements, successfully defended a $385 million dollar protest to the Government Accountability Office (GAO), and has negotiated several international real estate deals. Prior, she worked at the Commission on Wartime Contracting (CWC) and at the General Services Administration’s (GSA) Office of Suspension and Debarment.
Ms. Cosby's interest in procurement law began during her legal studies at The George Washington University Law School where she excelled in LLM level courses in public procurement as a JD student. She was a member of the Public Contracts Law Journal and received her JD with honors in 2010.
Ms. Cosby is committed to public service and considers her short stint teaching public high school prior to law school among her greatest accomplishments, and her interest in community involvement is reflected in her continuing membership with the Junior League of Washington (LRW)