Lizzy has a passion in the area of public health law and practices as part of the firm’s medical malpractice team. Prior to coming to our firm, she has had a wide range of educational and work experiences. Following graduating cum laude from Northeastern University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science and International Affairs, Lizzy went on to receive her Masters of Science degree at the University of Edinburgh in Edinburgh, Scotland where she studied Global Health and Public Policy. Following her obtaining her masters, she obtained her Juris Doctor from American University, Washington College of Law in Washington D.C. where she graduated cum laude in 2019.
Lizzy has worked as a research and writer at the US Department of Justice, Office of Vaccine Litigation, was a summer fellow at Yale Law School, where she was involved in the Collaboration for Research Integrity and Transparency, and the US Agency for International Development, Office of General Counsel. In addition, immediately prior to joining our firm, Lizzy completed a two year writing clerk program with the State of Connecticut’s Judicial Department where she performed legal research and drafted legal memoranda for trial court judges throughout the state.
Since starting with our firm, she has been performing research and writing on some of the firms most complex and catastrophic medical malpractice cases and keeps members of the firm abreast of the lastest cases and changes in the law.