Emily received Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Law degrees from the University of British Columbia in 2015 and 2018, respectively. She graduated a semester early from law school.
Prior to joining Remedios and Company, she worked extensively with businesses in North America, China, and Africa. As a law student, she helped advise clients ranging from startups to Fortune 100s on compliance, investment strategy, partnerships, and technology policy. Fluent in Mandarin, she did an internship at an international law firm in Beijing.
Emily is passionate about the intersection of law, business, and technology. She received scholarships to conduct scientific research and was selected one of 8 young Canadians nationwide to advise the government on national science policy. Her interest in the startup ecosystem led to a research project on the investment decisions of technology companies at Harvard Business School.
Emily is an active member of non-profit organizations. She led music programs at a nursing home, provided legal aid to low-income members of the community, secured donations of more than $150,000 to fund microfinance projects, and led student clubs with more than 8000 students.
Most recently, she served as the Chair of the UBC chapter of a national social justice organization. As an IDW Director of the B.C. Council for International Cooperation, she led a committee to support a national initiative on gender rights.
Other Language(s): Mandarin
Juris Doctor, University of British Columbia, 2018
Bachelor of Science, University of British Columbia, 2015
Memberships and Affiliations
Canadian Bar Association
International Law Association
Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers
B.C. Council for International Cooperation