Emily teaches Advanced Legal Writing classes focused on transnational litigation and other topics. Prior to joining Berkeley Law, Emily was the director of Stanford’s Global Law Initiative, where she designed, coordinated and executed student international projects and programs.
Emily is Of Counsel at Ehrlich & Craig. where her practice focuses on criminal defense and complex commercial litigation. Her cases have involved alleged insider trading, antitrust violations, theft of trade secrets, and accounting fraud. She was also an associate in Jones Day’s global disputes group and has experience in enforcement proceedings, RICO actions, cross-border investigations and managing international discovery efforts.
Emily holds a J.D. with high honors, and a M.A. in Latin American Studies from the University of Texas at Austin. She received her undergraduate degree in Economics and Humanities from the University of Texas, where she graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. After law school, she interned at the United Nations’ Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
JD, University of Texas at Austin (2006)
MA Latin American Studies, University of Texas at Austin (2006)
BA, University of Texas at Austin (2002)