Emily Storm-Smith is an associate in Ice Miller's Business Group based in Indianapolis, concentrating her practice in the areas of general corporate advice, commercial agreements, mergers & acquisitions, and data security & privacy. She is also a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US).
Emily handles a variety of general business, corporate, and transactional matters for clients in a wide range of industries including medical devices, automotive, construction, consumer products, transportation, energy and industrial chemicals. She also advises start-ups and small to mid-sized companies on day-to-day legal issues that helps them grow into successful businesses. Emily’s counseling to these companies generally includes corporate liability structure, corporate governance, corporate finance, private equity, and general contracts.
Emily is a native Indianapolis Hoosier, attending first Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School then Purdue University for her Undergraduate degree in Nuclear Engineering. After graduation, Emily spent four years working for Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory, a Department of Energy research laboratory, as a Nuclear Physicist. Her first career provided experience in technology design, product manufacture, product testing, and customer support.
After returning to Graduate School, as a Joint Degree with the Maurer School of Law, Emily studied Public Affairs at the top ranked IU-Bloomington SPEA School. In Law School, Emily focused on Intellectual Property and Business Law and she served as the Editor-in-Chief to Volume 5 of the IP Theory Law Journal published by the IU Center for Intellectual Property Research.
Emily was a summer clerk with Ice Miller in 2012 before graduating Maurer School of Law cum laude, and joining the Firm as an associate in 2015. Emily is admitted to practice law in the state of Indiana.
Outside of Ice Miller, Emily serves on the Membership and Membership Benefits committee for the Indiana State Bar Association. Additionally, she is active in her sorority, Sigma Kappa, as a current collegiate chapter advisor and continues to be an active member of the American Nuclear Society.