About Emil J. Kiehne

Emil Kiehne is an experienced appellate lawyer at Modrall Sperling.  He assists clients at all stages of the litigation process to maximize their chances for success on appeal.   At the trial level, Emil drafts significant motions and jury instructions to preserve important issues, and in the appeals courts he prepares and executes the client’s appellate strategy.    Emil’s appellate experience includes work in the areas of commercial litigation, healthcare and employment.

A native of New Mexico, Emil received his undergraduate degree in History cum laude from Harvard University in 1995; he received his Master’s degree in Political Philosophy sobresaliente cum laude in 1997 from the Universidad de Navarra in Pamplona, Spain; and he received his law degree cum laude from Notre Dame Law School in 2000. After law school, he practiced in the Appeals Division of the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office for three years, and commercial litigation at the Philadelphia firm, Fox Rothschild, for one year.

Emil is Chair of the Appellate Committee and a member of Modrall Sperling’s Commercial Litigation Practice Group; he is a shareholder in the Albuquerque office.

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Contact Emil:

500 Fourth Street NW
Suite 1000
Albuquerque, NM 87102

Direct: 505.848.1838

Fax: 505.848.9710

Email: emil.kiehne@modrall.com

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