Deputy Enforcement Director
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Deborah Morris is a Deputy Enforcement Director at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. She is responsible for overseeing a team of enforcement attorneys supporting supervisory examinations and handling investigations and litigation related to Federal consumer financial laws. Before joining the Bureau, she served as Counsel to the United States House of Representatives Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, where she led high-profile investigations and disciplinary proceedings. She spent several years at the Tax Division of the United States Department of Justice, where she worked primarily on civil tax and bankruptcy cases, including complex tax-shelter litigation and large Chapter 11 reorganizations. She also served as a judicial law clerk following her graduation from Notre Dame Law School.