Emily Maxim Lamm is an associate in the Washington, D.C. office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, where she is a member of the firm’s Litigation Department. Her practice focuses on labor and employment and class action litigation. Ms. Lamm is also involved in the Congressional Investigations Subgroup and the Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems Practice Group.
Ms. Lamm graduated Order of the Coif from Vanderbilt Law School in 2019, where she served as the Managing Editor of the Vanderbilt Law Review. During law school, she served as a Teaching Assistant for the Legal Writing Program, and a Research Assistant for Dean Chris Guthrie and Professors Tracey George, Owen Jones, and Jessica Clarke. She was a member of the Vanderbilt Legal Academy Scholars Program. Ms. Lamm was awarded the Lightfoot, Franklin & White Award for Best Appellate Brief, received the Scholastic Excellence Award in Employment Discrimination Law, and won the LGBT Bar Association’s Michael Greenberg Writing Competition.
In 2016, she earned a Bachelor of Science degree, summa cum laude, in Biology from Denison University, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Ms. Lamm was awarded the Denison University President’s Medal and the James T. Glerum Jr. Presidential Top Student Athlete Award as a member of the Cross Country and Track and Field teams.
Ms. Lamm is a member of the District of Columbia Bar.
“Bye, Bye, Binary: Updating Birth Certificates to Transcend the Binary of Sex,” 28 Tulane Journal of Law & Sexuality 1 (2019).
“The Aid Gap,” Journal of Legal Education (Forthcoming 2021) (co-authored with Vanderbilt Law Dean Chris Guthrie).
“Flexibly Fluid & Immutably Innate: Perception, Identity, and the Role of Choice in Race,” 26 William & Mary Journal of Women & Law 525 (2020).
Vanderbilt University - 2019 Juris Doctor
Denison University - 2016 Bachelor of Science
District of Columbia Bar