Emily Grable



Emily Grable practices in the field of medical malpractice litigation, and is passionate about holding health care providers accountable when they fail to provide patients with the quality care and treatment they deserve.

Emily grew up in Reno, Nevada. She attended the University of Nevada, Reno, where she was a presidential scholar and received a full tuition scholarship. Emily graduated with her degree in Criminal Justice with a specialization in Law & Justice in 2020.

Emily decided to put her stubbornness and love for arguing to good use and attended law school in Fall of 2020. Based upon her undergraduate academic performance, she was awarded a full tuition scholarship to William S. Boyd School of Law.

While in law school, Emily completed an externship at the Clark County Public Defender’s Office, where she was able to gain court experience by representing defendants at their initial appearances. Additionally, in partnership with the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, Emily helped teach a free legal informational class to the public on Guardianship. Emily won “Most Outstanding Student of the Semester” for her work in this program.

Emily also found a passion for Evidence, and became a teaching assistant for Evidence during her final year of law school. Additionally, Emily joined the Society of Advocates and competed with her school’s mock trial team.

In early 2022, Emily began working as a law clerk at a personal injury firm. Through this work, Emily fell in love with representing plaintiffs in these matters. In particular, Emily found a passion for medical malpractice cases, especially as the victims of medical malpractice find it hard to find counsel to represent them due to the strict caps on recovery in Nevada. Emily sought to make members of the Nevada legislature aware of the downsides on the caps on recovery in medical malpractice cases, and entered her law school’s “Making the Law” competition in which she was able to prepare a presentation for members of the Nevada legislature on a proposed change to Nevada law. Emily drafted a bill proposal to raise the cap on non-economic damages that victims of medical malpractice can recover, and Emily won first place for her proposal.

Emily is thrilled to bring her passion for advocacy and rigorous work ethic to Bighorn Law and fight to obtain justice for her clients.

Outside of work, Emily loves to read, go to the gym, play chess, and go to concerts. Her favorite book is “A Little Life” by Hanya Yanagihara.