Tori Dalcourt Angle is an associate in the Government Contracts practice in Morrison & Foerster’s Washington, D.C. office.
Tori advises clients on various government contract matters, including both pre- and post-award bid protests, internal and government investigations, contract claims and disputes, mergers and acquisitions, and compliance with federal statutes and regulations. She regularly represents contractors in bid protests before the U.S. Government Accountability Office and the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. She has experience counseling clients on various compliance and regulatory issues, including Section 889 compliance, revolving door questions, False Claims Act investigations and qui tam actions, and U.S. Small Business Administration requirements and regulations.
Tori earned her J.D. with honors and a concentration in Government Procurement Law from The George Washington University Law School, where she was an associate of The George Washington Law Review, a Dean’s Fellow in the Legal Research and Writing Program, a member of the Alternative Disputes Resolution Board, and a Murray J. Schooner Government Procurement Law Scholar. She also won multiple academic awards, including the Outstanding Academic Achievement Award from the National Contract Management Association, first place in the 2018 American Bar Association’s Public Contract Law Journal Writing Competition, the 2018 Dentons Government Contracts Moot Court Competition, and Best Brief in the 2017 GW Law School First Year Moot Court Competition.
During law school, Tori worked as a law clerk in Morrison & Foerster’s Government Contracts practice, and participated in the firm’s summer associate program. She also completed an internship in Judge Firestone’s chambers at the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.
Prior to law school, Tori interned at the Department of Justice, Consumer Protection Branch, and the National Partnership for Women & Families. She graduated cum laude from American University, where she had dual majors in Law & Society and History, and a minor in Economics.
Tori is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the District of Columbia.Show More