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Emily Strickland

Discovery Attorney


Emily Strickland is a discovery attorney with the E-Discovery & Information Management Practice in Crowell & Moring’s New York office. Emily’s practice focuses on discovery issues in a wide range of practice areas, including bankruptcy, taxation, antitrust, government investigations, and commercial litigation. She has extensive experience managing teams of attorneys and e-discovery professionals throughout the discovery process.

Prior to joining Crowell & Moring, Emily worked for another law firm focused on securities litigation. Her practice generally involved representing institutional investors in large-scale class actions, and advising on e-discovery issues in those cases.

Emily also has in-house experience working as compliance counsel for a professional fundraiser for performing art organizations, advocacy not-for-profits, and political action committees. She also is active in pro bono services, representing various charitable organizations on corporate governance, employment law, and contracting issues. During law school, she was a Distinguished Oral Advocate and a member of the Family Law Advocacy Clinic.

Education

  • St. John's College, Annapolis, B.A.
  • Suffolk University Law School, J.D.

Affiliations

Admitted to practice: New York, Massachusetts

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Practices

E-Discovery and Information Management

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