Emma Aubrey grew up in Wyoming and graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. She moved to Kitsap County in 2008. Emma attended Seattle University School of Law and graduated with honors. While attending Seattle University, Emma worked in the Youth Advocacy Clinic, participated on the National Moot Court Team, and interned at the Federal Public Defender, the Department of Justice, and the Department of Education – Office for Civil Rights.
Emma enjoys spending time with her family and engaging with her community to strengthen children, youth and families. She has served on the Board of Directors at Kitsap Community Resources since 2012. Emma is a past Parent Ambassador who advocated for 12-month authorizations for childcare subsidies in Washington State. She was recently appointed by the Bainbridge Island City Council to serve on the Affordable Housing Task Force. Emma co-founded Kitsap Early Learning Alumni Association (KELLA), a program empowering parents to use strong advocacy skills, to access resources and to give back to community.
Emma is thrilled to be serving clients in her own community. Her areas of practice include public defense – Parent Representation Program, plaintiff’s personal injury, and criminal defense.
School to Prison Pipeline – Implicit Bias and School Discipline, Washington Education Law and Policy Review, 2016
Kitsap Community Resources – Board of Directors, Personnel Committee, EEOC Committee, Parent Policy Council, and WSA Delegate.
Kitsap Immigrant Assistance Center – Board of Directors and Legal Services
Kitsap Early Learning Alumni Association – Secretary / Treasurer
City of Bainbridge Island – Affordable Housing Task Force