Emily has wide-ranging experience representing corporate clients in complex litigation matters, including business torts, contractual disputes, real property claims, medical malpractice actions, healthcare regulatory issues, and financial services litigation. Emily has practiced in state and federal courts in South Carolina and Florida and has handled cases through trial, serving as second-chair counsel in both jury and non-jury trials.
Emily originally joined Nexsen Pruet as a summer associate during law school and upon graduation, as an associate. After moving to Florida, Emily worked for a large, international firm as a commercial litigation associate and has recently rejoined Nexsen Pruet on a part-time basis, working remotely from Florida.
Emily received her Juris Doctor from the University of South Carolina, where she was Associate Editor-in-Chief of the South Carolina Law Review and was published in Volume 66. Emily earned her undergraduate degree from Wofford College in Business Economics.
Community & Professional
- Member, South Carolina Bar
- Member, Florida Bar
Authored: “Transportation Network Companies: How Should South Carolina Adjust its Regulatory Framework?,” published in South Carolina Law Review, Volume 66, Summer 2015.
Contributor: “An Update of Flow Control Jurisprudence Since United Haulers,” published in ABA Newsletter, Section of Environmental, Energy and Resources, August 2014.
- South Carolina