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- Penn State University (undergrad)
- Roger Williams School of Law
- Massachusetts Bar Association, Massachusetts Academy of Trial Lawyers
Emily knew she wanted to be a lawyer from the age of 12 when she first watched the movie, Legally Blonde. And through the years, she never lost her interest in becoming a lawyer.
When entering undergraduate college, Emily picked a field of study that would help supplement her future plans of attending law school. The more she learned about the legal practice, the more she knew she was on the right path. After graduating from Penn State University with a degree in Communications, she continued on to Roger Williams School of Law.
After attending law school, Emily entered the legal field as a Criminal Prosecutor. There she worked for four years before joining the team at Diller Law.
“I enjoyed working in criminal law, but I wanted a change. Working with Diller Law I can still hold people accountable and deliver justice to our clients, but now it is through civil litigations which I really like.”
Although Emily’s days may not look exactly like the movies, she has continued her passion of working in the legal field and is a great addition to the Diller Law team!