After college, Emily worked at an esteemed Bay Area Summer camp, eventually rising to become the camp’s Executive Director from September 2016 to August 2018. After serving as the Executive Director of the camp, she continued working with young adults at a local pre-school as a teacher from September 2018 to July 2022.

When Emily decided to transition out of her career in early childhood education, she was looking to work with families who were navigating challenges in their lives. She has always been a people-person, operating from a perspective of deep compassion and care for those she encounters. Starting at Morris Law in 2022, she quickly relied on her skills managing the office, serving as a primary point of contact for clients, and managing the firm’s calendar. As the firm’s Senior Paralegal and Operations Manager, she also drafts and files legal documents, routinely speaks to clerks at Superior Court and the local District Attorney’s Offices, and maintains consistent and clear communication with all parties.

Emily enjoys working at Morris Law and feels fortunate to be able to help the firm’s clients navigate through their current circumstances.


  • University of California, San Diego, BS Biology, Education Studies, 2010
  • Saddleback College: Associate Degree, Early Childhood Education, 2019
  • Certified Paralegal Pursuant to California Business and Professions Code § 6450(c)(3), 2023