Chief Analyst and Investigator
Emily brings a background in humanitarian advocacy to her role at ILG and serves as Chief Analyst and Investigator for the Firm.
Emily’s practice has ranged from representing undocumented immigrants in matters such as Asylum claims and U-Visas for victims of domestic violence to launching a nonprofit law firm that offered services to low income clients that could not otherwise afford an attorney.
As Chief Analyst, Emily brings an unparalleled attention to detail to bear in her work for ILG’s clients. Whether it be analyzing thousands of emails or conducting independent research to drill down on an important investigative point, Emily leaves no stone unturned. As Investigator, Emily has served Firm clients with all aspects of impartial investigations, including interviewing, data assessment and reporting at the conclusion of the project.
Emily received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Colorado, with a major in both English and Philosophy with an emphasis in Values and Social Policy. Emily graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, where she received the School of Law Community Service Award and the Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Certificate. Emily is an active member of the Colorado Bar Association, where she serves in Leadership and is responsible for overseeing all of the Firm’s pro bono activities. When she is not busy at work, Emily spends time with her family traveling, hiking and soaking up all that Colorado has to offer.