Emma is an Associate in Hausfeld’s San Fransisco office working on antitrust, environmental, and consumer protection matters.
While in law school, Emma was a Summer Associate at Hausfeld where she assisted on climate change and antitrust matters. She also externed for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Pacific Northwest Regional Solicitor’s Office, where she assisted attorney-advisors in ongoing litigation and other matters, and for California Indian Legal Services, where she helped a Tribe update its constitution and petition for federal recognition. Emma also researched legal questions related to the legislative history of the General Allotment Act, protections for Tribal cultural resources under the California Environmental Quality Act, and procedural requirements for individual Indians bringing suit against the federal government, and published a student note on federal-Tribal co-management of national monuments and other public lands. Prior to joining Hausfeld in November 2023, Emma spent a year clerking for Judge Jason Gist in Kenai Superior Court in Alaska.
University of California, Berkley, School of Law, J.D., 2022
Brown University, B.A. Health Policy & Human Biology, 2015
American Bar Association - Antitrust Section, Member (2023 - present)
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Jurisprudence Award, Environmental Law Writing Seminar (2021)