Emma graduated from University of Delaware with a degree in History, Concentration in United States Constitutional History, and Legal Studies, where she was honored as a Finalist for the 2009 Rosenberry Writing Award . Emma earned her Juris Doctor from Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law, as well as a Certificate in Trial Advocacy and Litigation from Temple’s nationally recognized Trial Advocacy Program.
During law school, Emma served as Vice President of the International Law Society, and was the Finance and Forum Co-Chair of the Student Public Interest Network (SPIN). She also worked as a law clerk at the Chester County District Attorney’s Office, and as a clinical student in SEPTA’s Litigation Department.
In her free time, Emma performs in local theatre and is a fierce fan of Philadelphia sports teams, especially the Eagles and Phillies!