Born in Dallas, Texas Emory Osborn is the oldest of five children and comes from a family of Red Raiders. Emory has always wanted to attend Texas Tech and began her Undergraduate education in August of 2014. Emory began as a General Business major and after doing further research about potential career paths, she came across the Child Advocacy field of Law. It was then that Emory decided this is where her heart and passion in the workforce would be.
Since then, Emory became an ambassador for the Pre-Law Program in the Fall of 2016, and then became the Community Outreach Chair and Student Assistant for the Program in the Spring of 2017. Her desire for the Pre-Law Program is to have a presence not only on the Texas Tech campus, but in the city of Lubbock. It is her intent for the program to be a place for students to receive answers and assistance regarding law school, and other professionals in the legal field to know the program as a starting place for future legal professionals. During the Summer of 2016, Emory was accepted and attended the Texas Tech Law School's Pre-Law Academy and was able to develop skills in memo writing, oral advocacy, and spoke with professionals in various legal fields. Along with her involvement in the Pre-Law program on Texas Tech's campus, she is also a part of the Golden Key International Honour Society, Alpha Lambda Delta, and Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society.
In addition to her involvement on campus, Emory is employed at the American Bank of Commerce here in Lubbock and also very involved with her church. She has volunteered and taught children through the church ranging from ages of 2 years old-5th grade. It is one of her favorite things to do.
Emory will be graduating in December of 2017 with a Bachelor's of Science Degree with a major in University Studies, with three concentrations in: Human Development and Family Studies, Sociology, and Legal Studies. Upon graduation, she plans to attend law school in the Fall of 2018 at a law school here in Texas. She is looking at Texas Tech University School of Law, Southern Methodist Dedman School of Law, and Texas A&M University School of Law. She is very interested SMU Dedman School of Law because of their W.W. Caruth, Jr. Child Advocacy Clinic along with their Innocence Clinic. Both of these areas she is interested in and passionate about.