Emily Goldman is passionate about advocating for her clients. With a varied background in judicial chambers, nonprofits, and the hospital setting, she appreciates the importance of deeply understanding her clients' specific objectives, and of looking at the larger picture.
In addition to her work in civil litigation, Emily also maintains an active pro bono practice. Her clients have included an unaccompanied minor applying for asylum, a public defense client, and a group of inmates challenging death row conditions.
During law school, Emily represented numerous clients in child abuse and neglect cases, including in a five-day trial. She also served as an Executive Editor for the Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law. Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Emily clerked for the Honorable José Antonio Fusté on the U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico.