Emily Bartlett, JD

Research Fellow

The Cordell Institute Post Doctoral Research Fellow

Emily Bartlett graduated with her JD from Washington University School of Law in 2019. Emily’s interests include health law, public health law, bioethics, and the intersection of health policy and gender. Her scholarship has been featured in the Cardozo Law Review and the Washington University Law Review. She previously worked as a legal extern for BJC HealthCare and as a law clerk for the Oglala Sioux Tribe Legal Department. Emily graduated with her BA in Interdisciplinary Studies, focusing on Health Sciences, Sociology, and Psychology, from the University of Missouri. Following her fellowship, Emily will clerk for Judge Janet Bond Arterton on the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut.