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Paralegal

Emily Walton

Emily Walton is a litigation paralegal with Paynter Law. She is the primary paralegal for matters involving complex litigation, lithium-ion battery litigation, mass torts, class actions, and insurance disputes. Her responsibilities include tasks such as performing legal research; preparing, filing, and serving legal documents; corresponding with current and potential clients; and organizing client files and documents.
Emily Walton
experience credentials
Emily has a paralegal certificate from Meredith College and Bachelor of Arts degrees in History and in English from Appalachian State University. Emily’s background also includes several unique volunteer experiences including serving as a historical preservation volunteer in France where she utilized traditional building techniques to help restore historical spaces in the village of Saint Victor-la-Coste. Additionally, she served as a volunteer with Trees for Life where she worked in a tree nursery preparing saplings and tree beds for planting as part of the program’s goal to reforest the Calendonia Forest with native species. When she is not working, Emily enjoys reading, knitting, creating her own knitting patterns, and playing cello.

Education

  • Meredith College, Paralegal Certificate
  • Appalachian State University, B.A. in History, B.A. in English