Emily Doster is from Springfield, IL, and graduated from Southeast Missouri State University in 2019. She received Bachelor’s degrees in Political Science and English Writing, with a minor in Spanish. While completing her undergraduate degrees, she received the Outstanding Political Science Graduate award and had the opportunity to study abroad in Ecuador and Germany. After graduation, Emily went on to study law at Saint Louis University School of Law in St. Louis, MO, receiving her certification in Health Law. Emily also obtained her Master’s in Business Administration as part of a dual degree program between the Saint Louis University School of Business and the School of Law. At SLU Law, Emily was the secretary of the Health Law Association, a member of Phi Alpha Delta, and an Honor Council Judge. She was also an intern for the Education Justice Initiative at Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, a law clerk for the Seventh Judicial Circuit in Springfield, IL, and a faculty fellow for the Health Law Examine, the Center for Health Law Studies’ blog. After graduating from law school, Emily passed the Missouri Bar and received licensure in Illinois. Emily recently moved to Cincinnati with her dog and has been enjoying exploring the city.