about Emily J. Dilloway
Emily Dilloway is driven by natural inquisitiveness and a dedication to uncovering creative solutions for her clients. A member of the firm’s Family Law group, Emily prides herself on over preparing for her client’s cases and always bringing a grounded perspective that’s often rooted in research.
Living by the philosophy that you are responsible for your own success, Emily initially started her career assisting with professional and client development for a large regional law firm, but quickly realized being a lawyer was a better fit as it enabled her to fix people’s problems and connect with all walks of life. She leverages her strong reading and writing skills, empathy, and relationship-building skills to advocate for the best interest of her clients.
Prior to serving as a law clerk with Isaac Wiles, Emily also served as a law clerk at other Ohio-based law firms, as well as the Business Publishing Editor for Capital University Law Review, Director of Public Relations for Capital University Law School Women’s Law Association and Co-President of the First-Generation Law Students.
When not busy practicing law, Emily enjoys trying new restaurants, taking in local farmer’s markets, traveling, friends and family.
education & admissions
Capital University Law School, J.D. 2023
The Ohio State University, B.A., John Glenn College of Public Affairs, 2018
Bar & Court Admissions
articles & presentations
“Private U.S. Colleges Need to Prepare for More Student Unionisation,” Times Higher Education, October 23, 2022
“DOL’s Proposed Form Revision Could Have Chilling Effect on Contractors,” SHRM, September 19, 2022
“Minding do’s and don’ts can make or break company’s case in Starbucks union effort,” The Columbus Dispatch, June 24, 2022
professional & community activities
Ohio State Bar Association, Member
Columbus Bar Association, Member
CALI Award Winner – Torts II, Capital University Law School, Spring, 2021