Elizabeth (“Liz”) is an Associate in the Firm’s Litigation Division and represents private and governmental entities in South Florida in State and Federal court. Liz handles complex commercial and business litigation and also represents municipalities and other governmental entities in disputes throughout Florida.
Prior to this, she practiced complex commercial litigation at two large international law firms in which she primarily focused on class action lawsuits, products liability claims, breach of fiduciary duty claims, developer disputes, actions arising under Florida Securities and Investor Protection Act, and actions arising under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
Having been born and raised in Miami, Florida, Liz attended University of Miami where she earned degrees in Political Science and Sociology, graduating Phi Beta Kappa. Elizabeth subsequently attended University of Miami School of Law where she graduated first in her class, Order of the Coif.
During her time in law school, Liz served as Executive Editor of the University of Miami Law Review, publishing two notes: (1) The Greenwashing Deluge: Who Will Rise Above the Waters of Deceptive Advertising?, 64 U. MIAMI L. REV. 1353 (2010); and (2) Note, United States v. White: Disarming Domestic Violence Misdemeanants Post-Heller, 64 U. Miami. L. Rev. 1505 (2010) (with Valerie Prochazka & Kelly F. Taylor). She also served as a Dean’s Fellow for Torts and Constitutional Law and taught the Academic Achievement Program’s Exam Workshop.
Liz is heavily involved with Miami’s art community, currently serving as a member of the Arts and Business Council Miami’s Board of Directors and as a member of Perez Art Museum Miami Contemporaries’ Steering Committee.
She previously served as Vice President of the Bakehouse Art Complex’s Board of Directors and as a member of Locust Project’s Spring Fling Host Committee. Liz has also served as a Fellow for Dade Legal Aid’s Leadership Academy II and as a member of United Way Young Leaders.
- University of Miami, B.A. Political Science/Sociology, 2007
- University of Miami School of Law, 2010
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