Emma Short is an associate in the New Orleans office and a member of the firm's Corporate Law and Public Finance teams. She serves as bond counsel to government entities, helping clients navigate the issuance of taxable and tax-exempt debt obligations in various public finance transactions. Emma also specializes in advising business entities and has represented corporations, limited liability companies, small business owners, insurance carriers, and individuals in a wide array of commercial litigation and transactional matters.
Emma graduated magna cum laude from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law in 2017. At Loyola, she served as Articles Editor of the Loyola Law Review, earned the William L. Crowe, Sr. Scholar award, interned in both federal district court and appellate state court chambers, taught in the writing clinic, and participated in Moot Court. She moved to New Orleans in 2009 to attend Tulane University and received her Bachelor of Arts degrees in Spanish Language and Literature and Philosophy, with a minor in Mathematics.