“I’ve always felt I have a responsibility to use my skills to help those in need, and as an attorney I’m happy I’ve been able to do just that.”
Office: EMP Law
426 Old Salem Road
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Emily focuses on immigration law and is fluent in Spanish. She was worked extensively with the Latino community in and around Forsyth County.
While in law school, Emily spearheaded the Family Preparedness Project, an initiative led by the Wake Forest University School of Law Pro Bono Project providing durable powers of attorney for North Carolina residents who may be at risk of deportation.
These documents included durable powers of attorney, power of attorney to make educational decisions about children, authorization to consent to health care for a minor and a DMV power of attorney.
Complementing her legal pursuits, Emily’s has a history of helping other people, specifically immigrants. Emily worked with battered immigrant women as an Immigration Law Intern at Ayuda in Washington, D.C., where she helped with U Visas, U Visa Adjustment of Status, VAWA Cancellation of Removal, DACA Renewals and Notario Fraud issues, among others. She also volunteered for two years as a Spanish Interpreter/Translator at Ahora en Raleigh (VOLAR), a service organization run through the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at N.C. State University.
Emily was also a staff member of the Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy and a member of the Wake Forest Law Moot Court, for which she competed at the Gabrielli Family Law Moot Court Competition as a team member.
Areas of Practice
North Carolina Bar
Wake Forest University School of Law, J.D.
N.C. State University, B.A.
North Carolina Bar Association