Director of Client Engagement and Marketing
“When I needed legal assistance I emailed roughly a dozen law firms that came up in a Google search. Jones Law was the only firm that got back to me with a personalized message about my particular situation. When I arrived for my appointment I was greeted by Emily Sturgill to go over my case. Emily was awesome… I will be recommending friends, family, and associates to Jones Law.”
Emily Sturgill joined Jones Law Firm PC in April 2019. Up until early fall of 2022, she drove excellent client experience as a Client Relationship Specialist. As a client relationship specialist, her role at the firm was to consult with new potential clients to better understand them and their unique situations, while also introducing the potential client to the works of family law and the operations of Jones Law Firm, PC.
As of late 2022, Emily is still driving client success through the innerworkings of the intake and client engagement teams. As the director of client engagement and marketing, she ensures that new and returning clients are guided seamlessly through the intake and onboarding process. All client relationship specialists are trained to dedicate time during every consultation to explaining how the team at Jones Law Firm can help and guide potential clients through the process of retaining the firm and what services will best suit their case. She is committed to ensuring that all clients receive the highest standard of client experience from the beginning to end and across every department and team member they encounter throughout the firm.
Emily received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology in 2014 from Colorado State University. She has always loved working closely with and connecting to clients and has stayed focused on driving Client Experience for over 10 years.
What you may not know: Emily is from Chicago, IL, but has lived in Colorado since 2005. Her hobbies include spending time with her son, husband, family and friends. She loves working on DIY home projects, reality TV, and singing bad karaoke.