Emily Nuvan is an associate in the firm’s Litigation practice focusing on white-collar crime, data innovation and emerging digital assets. Emily’s work encompasses blockchain technology, cryptocurrencies, decentralized finance (DeFi) and nonfungible tokens (NFTs).
The emergence and popularity of digital assets has outpaced the traditional regulatory framework, leaving many clients unsure of their possible legal liabilities and obligations. In this rapidly evolving field, Emily has a deep understanding of the technologies involved and the government agencies and regulations that could apply to digital assets, 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)