Location: North Reading, Massachusetts
Emily Boney was admitted to the Massachusetts bar in July 2015, and she was admitted to the Pennsylvania bar in October 2011.
Emily joined Davis & Davis in 2015 and focuses her practice on all aspects of employment law and family law litigation. Before relocating to the Boston area, Emily practiced employment and family law at Lieber, Hammer, Huber & Bennington, P.C. in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Emily graduated from the University of Iowa College of Law with Distinction in 2011. While at the University of Iowa, Emily was the Managing Editor of the Journal of Corporation Law as well as an active member of the Latino Law Student Association. Emily’s publication, Off the Record: Why the EEOC Should Change its Guidelines Regarding Employers’ Consideration of Employees’ Criminal Records During the Hiring Process, appeared in the Journal of Corporation law in 2010. In 2010, Emily clerked for the Honorable John T. Bender in the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, and she interned for the Women’s Law Project. In 2009, Emily worked as an intern for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Emily graduated from Grinnell College in Grinnell, Iowa with a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and Psychology. While at Grinnell, Emily was a member of the Women’s Tennis Team, and she received the Trustee Honor Scholarship as well as the Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship.
Areas of Practice
- Employment Law
- Family Law
- Massachusetts, 2015
- Pennsylvania, 2011
University of Iowa College of Law, Iowa City, Iowa
- J.D. – 2011
- Law Journal: Journal of Corporation Law, Managing Editor
Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa
- B.A., Bachelor of Arts
- Major: Mathematics
- Major: Psychology
- Off the Record: Why the EEOC Should Change its Guidelines Regarding Employers’ Consideration of Employees’ Criminal Records During the Hiring Process, Journal of Corporation Law, 2010
Past Employment Positions
- Lieber, Hammer, Huber & Bennington, P.C.