Emily works with DOAR’s clients to fully understand their needs and to advise them on the retention of industry and academic experts who can best advance their ligation strategy.
Emily is a graduate of Rutgers Law School, during which time she worked throughout the legal field in support roles for litigation and transactional practice, as well as independently in research. Emily recently completed a judicial clerkship with New Jersey Superior Court Assignment Judge, Honorable Ernest M. Caposela. For Judge Caposela, she case managed, researched, and wrote for a diverse docket of general civil, election law, complaints in lieu of prerogative writs, criminal matters, and more. As a writer turned legal professional, Emily cultivated a niche performing legal research for interdisciplinary institutes and projects.
In recent years, Emily has published on the topics of copyright, criminal law, immigration policy, and special education through two Rutgers-based outlets, the Rutgers Law Record and the CLiME Institute, as well as the Haas Institute for a Fair & Inclusive Society, located on the University of California - Berkley Campus.