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Ember Eyster

Ember Eyster was born and raised in Southwest Florida.  She earned her bachelor of arts from the University of Florida.  Following undergrad, Ember worked in the education, addiction treatment, and employee assistance industries.  She later attended Washington and Lee University School of Law to become a public defender.  While at Washington and Lee, Ember taught Constitutional Law at a local high school and was an active member of the Criminal Justice Clinic as well as the University Committee for Inclusiveness and Campus Climate.  She also served as the Public Outreach Coordinator for the Public Interest Law Students Association and as the treasurer of the W&L chapter of the National Lawyers Guild.  Ember enjoys running, knitting, and watching college football.