Emily is an attorney of the firm’s Municipal Department, with an emphasis on land use and telecommunications matters. Prior to joining Ogden Murphy Wallace, Emily worked for a local land use law firm. While in law school, she was an extern with the Seattle City Attorney’s Office in the Land Use Group and was a summer associate for Short Cressman Burgess. Emily’s practice focuses on permitting, entitlements and enforcement actions, administrative hearings, drafting and negotiating franchises and leases, as well as a full range of municipal issues including public law and procedure, management and operational issues, and related litigation.
Emily received a B.S. in Political Science from the University of Oregon and her J.D. from Seattle University School of Law.
- American Bar Association
- Washington State Bar Association
- King County Bar Association
- Washington State Association of Municipal Attorneys
- J.D., Seattle University School of Law, 2017
- B.S., University of Oregon, Political Science, 2012
- Co-Presenter, “Telecom Legal Update 2019,” Washington Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors, May 2019
- Co-Presenter, "FCC New Small Cell Order & What It Means for Washington Cities," OMW Webinar, October 2018
Tribal Treaty Rights and Natural Resource Protection: The Next Chapter United States v. Washington – The Culverts Case, American Indian Law Journal: Vol. 7: Iss. 2, Article 3Richard Du Bey, Andrew Fuller, and Emily MIner06/04/2019Environmental and Natural Resources Tribal Government
New Training Requirements for Contractors Bidding on Public Works ContractsEmily Miner03/01/2019Municipal
Ninth Circuit Rules on Homeless CampingEmily Miner11/01/2018Municipal
Treaty Rights & Natural Resources, The Next Chapter: United States v. Washington – The Culverts CaseRichard Du Bey, Andrew S. Fuller and Emily Miner08/17/2018Environmental and Natural Resources Tribal Government