Before entering private practice, Emily clerked for the Honorable Karen L. Stevenson, the Honorable Margaret A. Nagle (ret.), and the Honorable Suzanne Segal (ret.) with the United States District Court for the Central District of California. Emily also worked for three years as a Legislative Attorney for the Congressional Research Service in Washington DC, where she advised Members of Congress and their staff on a wide range of legal issues, including aspects of international trade law, administrative and constitutional law, and civil and criminal procedure.
Emily graduated magna cum laude and in the top 5% of her class from Boston College Law School in 2009. Her Note on alternative education programs was published in the Boston College Law Review. Emily’s expertise is in representing plaintiffs in civil rights and employment discrimination cases, and she enjoys working closely with her clients to achieve outstanding results on their behalf. Emily is admitted to practice law in Virginia and California, including the Central and Eastern District Courts of California.