Emily is an associate in the firm’s Missoula office, where her practice focuses on employment law and commercial litigation.

Prior to joining Crowley Fleck, Emily represented clients in commercial litigation matters at the law firm of Davis Graham & Stubbs, and she clerked for Chief Justice Brian D. Boatright of the Colorado Supreme Court. During law school, Emily served as the Senior Forum Editor for the Denver Law Review, a teaching assistant for property law, and a student representative for the Colorado Supreme Court’s Well-Being Task Force. Emily received her B.A. from the University of Montana, where she competed in NCAA Division I track and field.

Practice Areas

Bar Admission



2020 – J.D., University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Order of the Coif
2016 – B.A. with Honors, University of Montana

Prior Experience (Employment)

Davis Graham & Stubbs, 2021-2023, Summer 2019
Colorado Supreme Court, Law Clerk for Chief Justice Brian D. Boatright, 2020-2021

Presentations & Publications

Energy & Environment: What’s Changed and What’s Coming Under the Biden Administration, DGS Seminar (April 2022)

Confronting Violence Against Indigenous Women & Peoples, Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender, and Society Symposium (Feb. 2021)

Jurisdictional Transparency and Native American Women, 11 CALIF. L. REV. ONLINE 141

Jesner v. Arab Bank: Corporate Enemies and the Alien Tort Statute, 96 DENV. L. REV. 699 (2019)