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Emily Apte is an associate in the Government and Internal Investigations and Antitrust practices at King & Spalding. She focuses on government investigations and antitrust matters, as well as civil and criminal litigation both domestically and abroad. 

Emily received her law degree from Berkeley Law (Boalt Hall) in 2014, where she served on the board of the Federalist Society, and as a member of the Berkeley Journal of International Law. She also worked in the Iraqi Refugee Law Clinic and Tax Law Clinic. In addition, she spent a semester working for the Santa Barbara District Attorney’s Office. 

Prior to law school, Emily worked as associate director in the Office of Presidential Speechwriting at the White House, and as confidential assistant to the Assistant Secretary for Congressional and Legislative Affairs at the U.S. Department of Education. In addition, she spent over three years in Uganda, where she founded a nonprofit organization focused on education and economic development. 

Emily graduated summa cum laude from Augsburg College in 2006 with a B.A. in Communication Studies. During this time, she worked as a legal advocate for domestic abuse victims and was co-captain of the debate team. 

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Credentials

B.A., Augsburg College, summa cum laude

J.D., University of California-Berkeley

U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia

District of Columbia

Texas

Credentials

B.A., Augsburg College, summa cum laude

J.D., University of California-Berkeley

U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia

District of Columbia

Texas