Emily represents whistleblowers across the country, advocating for brave individuals willing to expose fraud perpetrated against the federal government in the healthcare, shipping, and environmental sectors. With her colleagues at Price Armstrong, Emily has extensive experience successfully litigating qui tam cases on both an intervened and non-intervened basis, obtaining favorable results for both the relator and government.
Prior to joining Price Armstrong, she clerked for the Honorable Abdul K. Kallon in the Northern District of Alabama and worked at a large defense firm. While in law school at The University of Alabama School of Law, Emily represented domestic violence victims in the school’s Domestic Violence Clinic. She also competed on the Phillip C. Jessup International Moot Court Team, where she placed in the top 75 advocates in international competition. Emily served as a senior editor for the Alabama Law Review. Upon graduating magna cum laude, she was elected to the Order of the Coif. Prior to joining Price Armstrong, Emily worked at a large regional defense firm where she handled matters ranging from single events to complex business disputes.