Emma Kaeser, J.D., is a staff attorney with the Network for Public Health Law’s Mid-States Region Office. She received her law degree from Stanford Law School, where she led Stanford’s health equity pro bono project. While in law school, Emma also worked with the Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality, researching and designing legal interventions to advance youth health equity. She has co-authored numerous publications in this area, focusing on drivers of health inequity in education and the criminal legal system. Before joining the Network, Emma served as a law clerk for the United States District Court for the Central District of California. Prior to that, she worked as a litigation associate at a law firm and had an active pro bono practice advocating for the rights of youth with disabilities through direct services and impact litigation. Emma holds a bachelor’s degree from Princeton University, where she studied public policy and international affairs, with a focus on maternal and child health policy.