I have been working on issues that confront the intersections of racial, environmental and social injustices for the past eighteen years. My client-centered legal practice incorporates my experiences in challenging corporate consolidation of our natural resources and the prison industrial complex.
Emily Posner has been practicing as an attorney since 2013 having earned her J.D. from Loyola University New Orleans’ College of Law. Prior to law school, she worked on various environmental justice and criminal justice initiatives. Emily has also been a long time supporter and organizer for the Angola 3. In 2004, she co-founded the Winter Cache Project in Portland, Maine, and then resided for years at After the Fall Farm, an off-grid rural farm and homestead. She earned a B.A. from Colby College in Latin American Studies.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
"Emily Posner has provided legal advice and services to me for many years for issues ranging from succession cases to contract law. Emily is extremely transparent, thorough and professional; she is always fair and charges appropriately. I have recommended Emily to many of my friends and family as she is approachable and treats her clients with the utmost respect". - Maria Hinds