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Emily C. Trostle, ESQ.

She / Her / Ella

Emily Trostle is the founder and owner of Trostle Law. She is a Virginian who has been living in New Orleans, Louisiana since 2011. She is a graduate of Loyola Law School New Orleans, where she wrote for the Public Interest Law Journal, served as President of Lambda Law and practiced in the immigration law section of the Stuart H. Smith Law Clinic and Center for Social Justice. She is also a graduate of the University of Georgia School of Social Work, where she earned a Masters in Nonprofit Organizations, as well as Smith College, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Gender Studies and Spanish.

After being admitted to the Louisiana bar, Emily worked for Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Baton Rouge as the Immigrant Child Advocacy Coordinator of the Louisiana Esperanza Project, and later as the Lead Attorney, providing representation to undocumented children and their families. Subsequently, Emily worked as an Asylum Officer at the New Orleans Asylum Office, where she adjudicated affirmative asylum claims, as well as conducted credible and reasonable fear determinations. Emily then worked for a boutique immmigration firm in downtown New Orleans, where she handled a wide range of cases spanning removal defense to consular processing. After this, Emily served as the Lead Attorney for Southern Poverty Law Center's Louisiana branch of the Southeast Immigrant Freedom Initiative, a project dedicated to representing detained respondents in Louisiana. In the Fall of 2019, Emily founded Trostle Law. Emily is fluent in Spanish and is passionate about advocating for her clients. She is proud to represent many members of the LGBTQI community.

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