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University of Wisconsin Law School-2008

Emily was raised in various places of the Midwest and the South, but predominantly in the state of Wisconsin, calling Milwaukee, Wisconsin, home.

Emily joined Bochnewich Law Offices, A Professional Corporation, in September 2016 upon determining that she wished to return to practicing law, after several years of working in banking and private wealth management in Southern California.

Emily was licensed in California in June 2017 and in Wisconsin in 2008.

Emily enjoys working together with clients to create solutions that effectively navigate a family’s unique situation be it through the probate process, trust administration, or work related to ongoing litigation.

In Milwaukee, where she began her legal career, Emily worked for a small law firm that built the capacity of nonprofit community development corporations dedicated to economic revitalization. She used real estate law to assist her clients in building and maintaining large public housing development projects using the Federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credit. She also worked as general counsel to nonprofit organizations. Upon moving to California, Emily worked as an attorney for the Community Equity Initiative at California Rural Legal Assistance (“CRLA”), a multi-strategy effort designed to address and eliminate social, political and environmental factors that negatively impact disadvantaged unincorporated communities.

Emily is a proud graduate of public schools and university at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she received a Bachelor of Arts Degree with high honors in Sociology and Women’s Studies.

Emily also earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Wisconsin Law School where she was a Senior Articles Editor of the Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender, and Society and specialized in community economic development law. She won honors as a law student including the State of Wisconsin’s Public Interest Law Student of the Year and clerked for Honorable Patrick J. Fiedler, Judge, Dane County Circuit Court.

Ms. Long is admitted to practice before all courts in the State of California.

Honors and Activities
  • Public Interest Law Student of the Year, State Bar of Wisconsin, 2008
  • Pro-Bono Law Student of the Year, Dane County Bar Association, 2008
  • Equal Justice America Fellowship Recipient, 2007
  • Thurgood Marshall Fellowship Recipient, 2008
  • Senior Articles Editor and Symposium Editor, Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society
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