Emily Howe is an associate attorney within the firm’s tort and business practices. 

Emily graduated from the University of California, Berkeley where she was a student-athlete on the Women’s Gymnastics team and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies. During her time at Cal she earned the title of WCGA Scholastic All-American. She then attended UC Law, San Francisco (formerly known as UC Hastings) where she competed on the Moot Court team and was nominated for the Best Brief award. She earned certifications in Legal Research & Writing and Negotiation & Dispute Resolution, and graduated with a Juris Doctorate in 2021. 

In 2022, Emily began practicing law as an Assistant District Attorney at the Collin County District Attorney’s office in Texas. She conducted misdemeanor and domestic violence jury trials and completed 14 jury trials to verdict as first chair. She eventually became the Misdemeanor Chief of a County Court at Law. She also conducted bond hearings, bench trials, motions to suppress, and other criminal hearings.

After Emily’s time as a prosecutor she began her civil litigation career at Manly, Stewart, & Finaldi as an Associate Attorney. Emily has a passion for negotiation and alternative dispute resolution and uses her courtroom experience to advocate for her clients. Emily was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 2022 and the State Bar of California in 2023.