Emily Nuvan is an associate in the firm’s Litigation practice focusing on criminal law.
With prior experience as a law clerk and judicial intern in U.S. District Court for the District of Utah and a strong interest in criminal justice reform, Emily has a deep understanding of prosecutorial and criminal procedures, which she brings to each client representation.
Prior to joining Armstrong Teasdale, Emily was a term law clerk under the Hon. Robert J. Shelby in the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah. She had previously served as a judicial intern there as well. Emily also has prior experience as a summer law clerk for the Utah Indigent Defense Commission.
Before that, Emily served as a research fellow and research assistant at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, working alongside Professors RonNell Andersen Jones, Louisa Heiny and Matthew Tokson.
- University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law (J.D., 2020)
- Class Rank: 8th (Highest Honors)
- Order of the Coif
- Public Interest Law Organization (President)
- Utah Law Review (Executive Symposium Editor)
- National Trial Advocacy Competition (Participant)
- Traynor Moot Court Competition (Participant)
- University of Utah (B.S., magna cum laude, 2016)
- Double major in Political Science and Economics
- Utah Journal of Criminal Law (Member, Board of Editors, August 2020)
Charitable and Civic Involvement
- Young Women’s Organization, Cambridge, England (President, June 2011-August 2013)
- CALI Award (highest grade): Constitutional Law II, Civil Procedure II, Criminal Procedure, Family Law, Judicial Process, Cyberlaw and Internet Privacy (2020)
- Outstanding Achievement Award (second-highest grade): Legal Methods, Legal Research, Administrative Law, Property and Torts (2020)