Emma Marshall is a second year graduate student in the dual JD/PhD Law-Psychology and Social Cognitive Program. She recieved her BA in Psychology from Pomona College in 2014.
Her primary research interests are in the intersection of the Fourth Amendment, Privacy, and Consent to Search Decision-Making. She is especially interested in studying expectations of privacy and perceptions of searches involving K-9 officers and drug-sniffing dogs.
Emma is the 2017-2018 Law-Liason for the American Psychology and Law Society Student Committee.
When she is not thinking about graduate school, Emma enjoys playing board games, watching Nationals baseball, and recently purchased a membership to Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo.
Emma is also currently training to run her first half-marathon in the Fall of 2018 in what can only be described as a blatently-transparent effort to endear herself to the rest of the Brank Lab based on their shared affinity for running long-distances.