Emily Ho recently graduated with a triple first-class degree in Law from the University of Cambridge. Her dissertation focused on discrimination law and the interaction of Articles 10 and 12 of the European Convention on Human Rights (freedom of expression and freedom of religion) with equality rights in a liberal society. During her time at Cambridge, she was an associate editor for the Cambridge Law Review, a contributing writer for the Human Rights Law Society, and a research panelist for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees. She also achieved various awards for academic excellence, including the De Hart Prize in Law.
This academic year she will be training to be a barrister in the UK. In August 2021, she will enroll in the LLM programme at Harvard Law School.