With over 5 years of experience, Liz has supported Litigation, Antitrust, Technology & Data Breach, and Civil Rights practice groups with legal tasks, including drafting memorandums of law, motions, cite checking legal briefs, discovery, court e-filings, legal research, preparing deposition & trial documents, and maintaining databases.
Liz represents a broad range of clients including multinational corporations, public entities, non-profit organizations, technology companies and small businesses. Her former clients include individual plaintiffs injured resulting from medical malpractice, false arrest, police brutality, or LGBTQIA+ discrimination.
Prior to joining the firm in 2022, Liz worked at Hach & Rose, LLP, as a Litigation Paralegal, and as a Law Clerk at Hach, Rose, Schirripa & Cheverie in New York City. Liz is a second year law student at the City University of New York School of Law.
St. John’s University, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (magna cum laude), 2016
Staff Editor, CUNY Law Review
Vice President, CUNY Law’s Entertainment & Sports Law Society
Board Member, CUNY OutLaws (LGBTQIA+ advocacy)