Emma Soldon handles a wide range of high-stakes litigation matters, including consumer class actions and government enforcement actions. As a key member of the litigation team, she has developed case strategy and drafted several successful briefs and motions in federal and state courts. Most recently, she successfully argued a motion to quash service of summons, securing dismissal based on lack of personal jurisdiction in California state court.
Emma joined Foley after graduating from Harvard Law School. She was a quarter finalist in the Ames Moot Court Competition, one of the nation’s most prestigious competitions for appellate brief writing and advocacy. Emma was also selected to serve as the Teaching Fellow for Family Law and a Senior Editor of the Harvard Law and Policy Review.