J.D., Harvard Law School (2018)
B.A., Wesleyan University (2011)
In law school Elizabeth was a member of the Prison Legal Assistance Project, where she helped clients prepare for their hearings before the Massachusetts Parole Board, and Executive Online Content Editor for the Harvard Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Law Review. She represented clients as a rule 3:03 attorney through the Criminal Justice Institute Clinic and the Family Law and Domestic Violence Clinic. In between semesters, Elizabeth worked for Loevy & Loevy, the Law Offices of Howard Friedman, and the ACLU’s National Prison Project, working on individual and class action cases involving wrongful convictions, police misconduct, and unconstitutional conditions of confinement.