Emily Miskel was voted the 2010-2011 Young Lawyer of the Year by the Collin County Young Lawyers Association.
She graduated in the top 15% of her class from Stanford University and received her law degree from Harvard Law School.
Ms. Miskel combines her analytical and problem-solving skills with her passion for improving the lives of individuals and families.
After graduating from Harvard Law School, Ms. Miskel was a litigator at a large, AmLaw 200-listed law firm in Dallas. Her trial experience includes complex litigation in state courts, federal courts, and even the International Trade Commission. She also trained at the Family Law Trial Institute in Houston, Texas.
In addition to her courtroom trial skills, she is also trained in alternative dispute resolution methods, including mediation, arbitration, and collaborative law. Her articles on arbitration have been published in Industry Today and the Texas Journal of Oil, Gas & Energy Law. Her experience in negotiation benefits clients by increasing the options for reaching resolution. Ms. Miskel’s focus is always on preserving a client’s assets, preserving a client’s relationships with children, and minimizing unnecessary litigation.
She brings to family law her business knowledge and strong technology skills. She publishes regularly on issues relating to electronic evidence, including articles for the State Bar of Texas and the Dallas Bar Association.
Ms. Miskel participated in the 2010 Leadership Class of the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers. She serves on the boards of the Collin County Young Lawyers Association, the Harvard Club of Dallas, and the DFW Stanford Club
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