Emma Kaboli is a litigation assistant for the Clean Energy Program. She is based in Washington, D.C.
Before joining Earthjustice, Emma worked as a qui tam litigation paralegal at Baron & Budd. She specialized in healthcare fraud cases and worked extensively on the Opioid Multi-District Litigation in Ohio. Emma had the privilege of advocating for whistle-blowers who came forward to protect the government and taxpayers from corporate fraud and medical malpractice. Before moving out to D.C., Emma served an AmeriCorps term at Iowa Legal Aid, where she worked as the Domestic Abuse Advocate under the Violence Against Women Act.
Emma graduated from Cornell College with degrees in International Relations and Spanish, where she interned at the U.S. Embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and studied environmental policy from a canoe in the Minnesota Boundary Waters. Outside of work, Emma enjoys volunteering with City Dogs Rescue & City Kitties, exploring national parks, spending time with her friends and family, and eating all of the amazing food D.C. has to offer.
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