Emily Marcy assists clients with complex matters related to government contracts, including bid protests, compliance, prime-sub disputes, and transactions. Emily brings her prior experience in the federal government to help clients navigate the intricacies of government contracting.
During law school, Emily gained a wide array of legal experience through internships, externships, and clinics. She interned for the Honorable Henry E. Hudson of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia and served as a student advocate for the Domestic Violence and Special Education Clinics, where she relentlessly advocated for survivors of domestic violence and students with disabilities.
Emily spent three years interning with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), where she conducted both criminal and national security investigations. She also researched drug prevalence and crypto-markets on the dark web, and presented her findings at the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) in front of numerous government agencies and members of the Five Eyes (FVEY). These experiences led Emily to the practice of government contracts law and have instilled in her the importance of tireless client advocacy.