Emily E. Green is a third-year law student and currently serves as Managing Editor of the Oklahoma City University Law Review. She holds membership in several organizations, including: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Inn of Court, American Association for Justice (AAJ), Phi Delta Phi Legal Honors Fraternity, and Black Law Students Association (BLSA). Recently, Emily helped secure a spot for the BLSA Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Team in the National competition in March. In April 2016, she received the Outstanding Note Award for her forthcoming publication: Finding a Balance Between Hiring Ex-Offenders and Protecting Private Employers in Oklahoma—the Need to Expand the Fair-Chance Policy, to Reform the Negligent Hiring Standard, and to Enact a Statutory Presumption Against Negligent Hiring.
Outside of school, Emily has been active in the community, mentoring children and young adults, feeding the homeless, and educating 8th grade students on the effects of drug and alcohol dependency. Emily also serves on the advisory board for Martha’s Heart Ministries—a program designed to help assist women who phase out of foster care. Prior to attending law school, Emily received her bachelor’s degree in Human Relations from the University of Oklahoma. She worked three years in Human Resources for Chesapeake Energy and four years in banking for J.P. Morgan Chase Bank. During law school, Emily’s internships included Crowe & Dunlevy, PC, the ACLU of Oklahoma, and Kane, Russell, Coleman & Logan.
Upon graduating, Emily will begin her legal career as an associate for Kane, Russell, Coleman & Logan in Dallas, TX.
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