Licensed in both Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia, Elizabeth handles a wide variety of matters in civil litigation.
After graduating from Columbia University, Elizabeth taught in underserved communities in both New York City and Boston. Prior to law school, she worked in the legal department at an economic litigation consulting firm. Elizabeth attended law school at Georgetown University Law Center where she was a research assistant for a professor as well as the Annual Review of Criminal Procedure. She was on the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics. Further, she was a student attorney at Georgetown’s Communications and Technology Law and was a law clerk for Commissioner Christine Wilson at the Federal Trade Commission.
After completing law school, Elizabeth clerked for the Honorable Robert Lougy, A.J.S.C., in Mercer County, New Jersey.