Emma Hobbs is a communicative, compassionate, and cooperative attorney who takes great pride in advocating for families and children in order to identify creative legal solutions.
Ms. Hobbs was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona where she completed her undergraduate and master’s degrees in Justice and Social Inquiry at Arizona State University. While at Arizona State, Ms. Hobbs completed extensive ethnographic research projects, focusing on subjects including women’s liberation movements and American-Jewish identity. Ms. Hobbs received her J.D. from Harvard Law School in the spring of 2021. As a law student, Emma represented low-income clients in criminal show cause hearings, housing court sessions, and criminal trials. She interned at the Anti-Defamation League researching cyber hate crime legislation, and with the Colorado State Public Defender’s office as a student attorney. Prior to joining the Law Offices of Wyckoff Nissenbaum, Ms. Hobbs worked as a criminal defense attorney in downtown Boston.
Ms. Hobbs enjoys contributing to and working with her communities and profession and is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association.
In her free time, Ms. Hobbs enjoys performing improv comedy, spending time with her pets, and singing karaoke.