Emily focuses her work on commercial business transactions, with a special emphasis on assisting e-commerce distributors with business formation, contracts, and trademark registration.
A strong portion of her practice is devoted to public records requests and public meetings issues. Whether she's helping a former foster care recipient obtain her case file records or assisting a group of parents in obtaining records relating to their children's education, Emily shares the firm's commitment to open government principles.
Before joining Ramsingh Legal, Emily clerked at Baker Donelson and Lightfoot, Franklin, and White in Birmingham, Alabama. In law school, Emily earned academic awards for top performance in business law classes and successfully competed on the school's Mediation Team and in moot court.
In college, Emily worked for the Scottish Parliament as a legislative intern through an honors fellowship at the University of Edinburgh, producing a thesis on corroborating evidence in Scottish courts.
Emily is a former Boy Scout of America, and served on a state leadership board at a time when the organization did not officially permit young women to join the scouting program. She resides in Alabama with her family and their pet rabbit, Ptolemy.
Samford University, Juris Doctor
Summa Cum Laude; Dean's Scholar; Caruther's Fellow
Auburn University, Bachelor of Arts
Magna Cum Laude, Political Science
Routinely drafts brand management agreements and other contracts for e-commerce distributors
Trademark counsel to various start-ups and small businesses
Appellate Counsel on behalf of the Georgia First Amendment Foundation in a case of first impression concerning the accessibility of medical cannabis records
Counsel to citizen watch-dog groups seeking access to public records relating to school board proceedings/education
Counsel to former foster care recipient seeking access to case files held by government agencies