Emilie specializes in counseling clients on how to develop, protect, manage, and monetize their intellectual property. She represents individuals and businesses of all sizes whose industries span a wide range of subjects—from tech and software to fashion and food.
Emilie attended the University of Colorado Law School in Boulder where she served on the board of the Colorado Law Review and worked as a legal research assistant and writing tutor. She obtained her bachelor of science degree in biology from the University of Puget Sound.
Outside of work, Emilie loves typical Colorado activities. She spends her time backpacking, skiing, biking, reading, cooking, and doing the NY Times Daily Crossword. She loves traveling, has lived and taught in France, and is proficient in French.
Developing and protecting Intellectual Property
Individuals and Businesses of All Sizes
Industries Ranging From Tech and Software to Fashion and Food