Emmanuelle Molina is a graduate of Touro University Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center (2020, Juris Doctorate with a concentration in Intellectual Property, and Comparative, International & French Law at Cornell University Law School – Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) and Long Island University – C.W. Post (2011, M.S. in Immunohematology and 2007, B.S. Biology and Psychology). Emmanuelle was admitted to the New York State Bar and the Bars of the United States District Courts of the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York in 2021.
Prior to joining The Nilson Law Group, PLLC as an Associate in June 2023, Emmanuelle worked as a litigation attorney where she gained significant experience focusing on international commercial litigation and intellectual property—particularly in fashion, music, and entertainment law, and was a legal intern with the Legal Aid Society of Suffolk County: Children’s Law Bureau.
Emmanuelle is a member of the Long Island Hispanic Bar Association, the New York City Bar Association – Fashion Law Committee, The New York Intellectual Property Law Association – Copyright Law and Practice Committee, the Suffolk County Bar Association, The Paris American Club, Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc., and is the Vice President of the Touro Law Alumni Association Board of Directors.
Born and raised in France, Emmanuelle is a native French speaker. She is also fluent in Spanish and English, and has an elementary proficiency level in German and Italian.
Publications: As Pertains to the Criminal Justice System, Is Hindsight 20/20?, 9 J. Race, Gender & Ethnicity 191 (2020).