Emme M. Tyler


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Emme Tyler is a litigation associate in O’Melveny’s New York office.  She represents clients across a wide range of industries in complex matters, with a focus on antitrust and white collar issues, and assists them in navigating and responding to litigation, governmental investigations, and regulatory changes.  Under her rigorous and client-centric approach to representation, Emme endeavors to provide clients with a comprehensive assessment of their circumstances, including all potential courses of actions and the benefits and risks associated with each.  She strives to arm her clients with all of the information that they would want or should want to know in order to make the best and most well-informed decisions.  

Emme also maintains a robust pro bono practice, in which she focuses on preserving access to reproductive health care, and litigates on behalf of noncitizens that were victims of the Family Separation and Zero Tolerance Policies.

Outside of the firm, Emme is a member of the American Bar Association and Antitrust Section and the New York Women’s Bar.  She also participates in the NYC Outward Bound Program, assisting high school students in underserved communities to prepare and refine their college applications.  In her spare time, she enjoys listening to Supreme Court oral arguments and spending time with her dog, Stanley.


  • Spanish
  • French
  • German 
  • Italian
  • Hebrew


Bar Admissions

  • California
  • New York


  • University of California, Los Angeles, J.D.: Order of the Coif; Michael T. Masin Scholar; Senior Editor, UCLA Law Review
  • Stanford University, B.A., English Literature

Professional Activities


  • The Honorable Alvin K. Hellerstein, United States District Court for the Southern District of New York


  • The Honorable George Wu, United States District Court for the Central District of California


  • American Bar Association, Antitrust Law Section
  • New York Women's Bar Association


  • "Just-Right Government: Interstate Compacts and Multistate Governance in an Era of Political Polarization, Policy Paralysis, and Bad-Faith Partisanship," Indiana Law Journal (Spring 2023)
  • "Are Sustainability and Competition Truly Incompatible?," The Recorder (February 6, 2023) 
  • "The Implications of a Whole-of-Government Approach: Why Financial Services Companies Ignore the FTC’s Proposed Rule Banning Non-Competes at Their Peril" ABA issue of The Exchange (Winter 2023)
  • "Closing The Gaps: DOJ Cracks Down on Information-Sharing" ABA issue of The Exchange (Winter 2023)