Elizabeth received her Juris Doctor from Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center in 2017, graduating Summa Cum Laude. During law school, Elizabeth was an Honors Program Scholar and the Editor-in-Chief of the Touro Law Review, She served as the Treasurer of the Public Interest Law Organization and Student Co-Director of the Legal Education Access Program, a program designed to promote diversity and assist incoming law students with developing study and exam skills. Elizabeth continues to support the program as a guest lecturer.
Prior to joining the firm, Elizabeth was a Legal Intern at the Law Center's Advanced Bankruptcy clinic, where she guided individuals from the petition to the hearing stages of Chapter 7 and 13 proceedings.
Upon graduation, Elizabeth received the Dean Emeritus Howard A. Glickstein Award for Outstanding Leadership and Overall Academic Excellence; the Exemplary Contributions to the Growth of the Law Center Award; the Distinguished Writing Award for the Best Article Written by a Graduating Student; and the CALI award in Criminal Procedure.
Elizabeth serves on the Young Professionals Committee of Hope For Youth, a non-profit organization that provides services to the homeless youth of Long Island.
Elizabeth is admitted to practice in New York.
Publications:The Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act: Has the Law Caught up with Technology?, 32 Touro L. Rev. 647 (2016).
Victim Defamation Claims In the Era of #MeToo
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