About
Emily

Emily is a Northeast Tennessee native and a proud Georgia Bulldog who loves exploring the local restaurant scene. When she’s not practicing law, she can be found completing a kickboxing workout or learning to play the guitar.

Satie Munn

Education

  • University of Georgia School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 2019)
  • Wofford College (B.S. in Economics, minor in Chemistry, 2016)

Clerkship

  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee: The Honorable Clifton L. Corker, U.S. District Judge, 2019-2020

Admissions

  • North Carolina, 2019
  • South Carolina, 2020

Honors & Awards

  • Executive Editor, Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law, Vol. 47 (voted Most Valuable Executive Board Member)
  • Center for Alcohol Policy 13th Annual Writing Competition (2020) – Third Place

Publications

  • Are the 2020s Truly “Unprecedented Times?”: How America’s Alcohol History Can Inform Government Health Policy During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Third Place, Center for Alcohol Policy 13th Annual Writing Competition (2020)
  • Note, Mind Your Businesses: Why Georgia Companies Should Worry About European Privacy Law, 47 GA. J. INT’L & COMP. L. 247 (2018)

Biography



Since joining Lindley Law in 2021, Emily counsels and represents clients in a variety of civil litigation matters. Prior to joining Lindley Law, Emily completed a federal clerkship with the Honorable Clifton L. Corker, U.S. District Judge, in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee, where she gained valuable experience performing complex legal research and drafting in a myriad of civil and criminal cases. Emily also took third place in the Center for Alcohol Policy’s 13th Annual Writing Competition in 2020 with her essay, Are the 2020s Truly “Unprecedented Times?”: How America’s Alcohol History Can Inform Government Health Policy During the COVID-19 Pandemic.

 

Emily received her Juris Doctor, cum laude, from the University of Georgia School of Law. During her time in Athens, she served as the Vice President of the Christian Legal Society and Executive Editor of the Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law, where she was voted Most Valuable Executive Board Member by the Journal’s Editor in Chief and Executive Managing Editor. Emily’s journal note, Mind Your Businesses: Why Georgia Companies Should Worry About European Privacy Law, was published in Volume 47 of the Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law.

 

Emily also completed multiple legal internships and a legal externship across Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee—including in the legal department at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, TN—and is a graduate of Wofford College in Spartanburg, SC, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Economics with a minor in Chemistry. While at Wofford, Emily was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority, where she held multiple leadership positions and served as the President of the Panhellenic Council.

 

Emily is admitted to practice law in both North Carolina and South Carolina and enjoys traveling, listening to country music, attending kickboxing classes, learning to play the guitar, and exploring the local restaurant scene in her free time.