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Emily is a 2014 graduate of Washington University in St. Louis School of Law, where she competed on the mock trial team and was an associate editor and published author for the Global Studies Law Review.
Prior to joining Ford, Parshall & Baker, Emily served as a trial attorney in the Litigation Division of the Missouri Attorney General’s Office, representing the state both as plaintiff and defendant in civil matters. Emily has tried employment matters on behalf of the Missouri Veterans Commission and the Missouri State Highway Patrol, and has advocated before the Missouri Court of Appeals and the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. Emily was also a member of the State v. Republic Services trial team, litigating the environmental effects of an underground fire at the Bridgeton Sanitary Landfill in St. Louis County. Emily also served as Missouri’s tobacco enforcement attorney, overseeing the state’s regulation of tobacco manufacturers pursuant to the 1998 Master Settlement Agreement. In October 2015, Emily was nominated by the office to attend the National Association of Attorneys General Trial Training.
Since 2015, Emily has coached the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law mock trial teams. She also serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Choral Arts Alliance of Missouri, a Columbia-based non-profit organization providing choral opportunities for singers from youth to professional.
The Social Cost of Baseball: Addressing The Effects of Major League Baseball Recruitment in Latin America and the Caribbean, 13 Wash. U. Global Stud. L. Rev. 767 (2014).