DePaul University College of Law,
J.D., Certificate - Intellectual Property
CALI Award - Wills & Trusts; Sexual Orientation and the Law
Editor-in-Chief, Journal or Art, Technology, and Intellectual Property
University of California, Los Angeles,
B.A., American Literature and Culture
The Dallas LGBT+ Bar Association
United States District Court, Northern District of Texas
Judicial Law Clerk to the Hon. Irma C. Ramirez, 2019-2021
United State District Court, Central District of California
Judicial Extern to Hon. Patrick J. Walsh (Ret.), 2018
Legal Intern/Extern, 2017
Liz is an associate in the business litigation practice group.
Prior to joining Thompson Coburn LLP, Liz served as a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Irma C. Ramirez of the United States District Court, Northern District of Texas. While working toward earning her J.D., Liz completed a Legal Externship with the Honorable Patrick J. Walsh and a Litigation Internship/Externship at AT&T. Liz also served as a Teaching Assistant and Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Art, Technology and Intellectual Property.
Liz has researched relevant statutes, regulations, and case law to draft opinions for both dispositive and non-dispositive pretrial/post-judgment motions in various areas of federal and state law including §1983, trade secret, social security, ERISA, FHA claims.
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