Emilie Kurth is a rising 3L at the University of Colorado Law School in Boulder, Colorado. Emilie serves as a board member and editor on the Colorado Law Review, works as a Research Assistant, and is a Legal Writing T.A. During the summer and fall of 2018, Emilie interned as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Justice Boatright at the Colorado Supreme Court. Each of these experiences has cultivated her love of research and writing.
Emilie is passionate about social and environmental justice and hopes to pursue these ideals in her legal career. She recently explored criminal justice reform in her article, “Drug Conspiracy Sentencing and Social Reform,” set to be published in the Colorado Law Review in the spring of 2020.
Outside of school, Emilie loves typical Colorado activities. She spends her time backpacking, skiing, biking, reading, trail running, cooking, and doing the NY Times Daily Crossword. She loves traveling, has lived and taught in France, and is fluent in French.
Emilie is thrilled to intern at Milgrom & Daskam and looks forward to what this opportunity has in store!