Emily C. Green

 

Emily is a native of Tennessee and was raised in Springfield. Attending Vanderbilt University on a music scholarship, Emily graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Music in Harp and highest honors in music history and literature.

 

Emily received her Juris Doctorate from Vanderbilt University Law School where she was awarded the Dean's Scholarship, was a member of Phi Delta Phi, the International Legal Honor Society, and was a managing editor for Vanderbilt's Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law. While in law school, Emily clerked with The Fleming Law Firm & Mediation Center, the Honorable Magistrate Judge John S. Bryant of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee, and the Tennessee Department of Children's Services. 

 

Upon receiving her Tennessee Bar License, Emily joined The Fleming Law Firm & Mediation Center and moved back home to the historic district of Springfield, Tennessee, where she focuses primarily on estate planning, probate, domestic relations, and small business formation.
 

Active Memberships:

  • Tennessee Bar Association, Member of the Estate Planning & Probate Section
  • Robertson County Bar Association
  • Robertson County Career Women, Vice President
  • Phi Delta Phi, International Legal Honor Society
  • Pi Kappa Lambda, National Music Honor Society
     

Recent Publications:

  • Music and Emotion in Victim-Impact Evidence, 16 Vand. J. Ent. & Tech. 169 (2014).
  • Authenticating Identity: The Quest for Personal Validation through Authenticity in Music. 7 Vanderbilt Undergraduate Research Journal (2011). Presented at the Society for Ethnomusicology Southeast and Caribbean Conference (2011).