Emily Wilton joined Galbally Rolfe as a law clerk in 2018 while completing her law studies at La Trobe University.
Emily graduated from Box Hill High School in 2013. Having obtained leadership positions such as School Captain, Prefect, and Sports Captain.
Emily is in her final year of a Bachelor of Laws (Majoring in Principles of Public Law) and a Bachelor of Business (Majoring in international Management). Emily has excelled in her studies and has received numerous letters of academic excellence from the head of La Trobe Law School.
Emily is a passionate advocate and has participated in various international and domestic mooting competitions. The most notable being the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot held in Hong Kong and Vienna. To which, she received high praise for her oral advocacy skills and an Honourable Mention for her Respondent Memorandum.
Emily has gained considerable practical experience from volunteering at the West Heidelberg Community Legal Service and undertaking an internship and work experience in the criminal law field.
In addition to legal practice, Emily is an avid open water swimmer and water polo player. To this end, she competes in regular competitions and has set her sights on swimming the Rottnest Channel Swim and one day the English Channel.
Emily is currently a member of the Law Institute of Victoria and the Victorian Women Lawyers Organisation.