Emily is an associate with the Corporate & Commercial Litigation practice.
She represents national and regional clients.
Prior to joining Morris Nichols, she gained valuable experience as a judicial intern in both the US Court of Federal Claims and the Superior Court of Delaware.
In law school, Emily participated in George Washington University Law School’s Law Association of Women, Moot Court Board, Alternative Dispute and Resolution Board, and the Corporate & Business Law Society. She also served on the Public Contract Law Journal editorial team and was recognized as a Thurgood Marshall Scholar. She was a Pro Bono Achievement Award recipient and received an Excellence in Oral Advocacy award.
During law school, she volunteered as co-head of DC Justice Lab’s Legislative Committee focused on criminal justice reform research. She has also volunteered with the Family Law Pro Bono Project, Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project, and the ACLU of Delaware.
News & Insights
- Firm News, 12.14.2022
Ten Morris Nichols lawyers have been admitted to the Delaware bar today.
- Judicial intern to the Honorable Judge Marian B. Horn of the US Court of Federal Claims, 2021
- Judicial intern to the Honorable Jan R. Jurden and the Honorable Vivian L. Medinilla of the Superior Court of Delaware, 2020
George Washington University School of Law, JD, with honors, 2022
Public Contract Law Journal, 2020-2022
Virginia Tech, BA, political science, minor in philosophy, politics, and economics, magna cum laude, 2019
- Delaware, 2022